Balancing core & shell projects with tenant improvements . . .
Our founder, Nancy Henderson is an Architect trained to address the whole building while coordinating the technical strategies of multiple disciplines. Michelle Rosenberger, her partner, manages the flow of project information and coordinates team communication. Together our passion for sustainability combined with knowledge of the design and construction industry creates a women-owned firm that offers practical, cost effective, sustainable strategies that align with traditional development goals.
For us, sustainability is a balancing act. Lots of people can dream big, but we operate where the rubber meets the road — where aspirational goals become reality. Paying attention to the nitty gritty details of implementation, while remaining mindful of big picture goals and constraints takes a nuanced understanding of the design and construction process and vast experience with sustainable projects.
Buildings 50,000 to 100,000 SF can qualify to get technical and financial support through the Tune-Up Accelerator program.
ArchEcology has registered Tune-Up Specialists who can help you:
There are lots of ways to green your building or construction project and no one size fits all solutions. We help you develop and implement the most cost effective approach to achieving your sustainable goals.
We focus on analyzing the full spectrum of sustainable possibilities to identify the measures that make the most sense for your project to let you focus on what you do best – developing, designing and building your project.
Below we present a cross section of the projects that best demonstrate our skills and capabilities to deliver sustainable outcomes for our clients and the projects we serve.
Sustainability covers a lot of ground and it’s hard to keep up.
Below is our recent thinking.
The Integrative Process, one of the new credits introduced in LEED V4, falls into a category all its own. Unlike many of...
The Seattle Building Tune-Up Accelerator program offers incentives to help nonresidential buildings identify no or low c...