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By Divya Natarajan
Two Liberty Center, an Arlington, Virginia, mixed-use development with office space, residences, and retail, has been committed to sustainability since its opening in 2007. The property has achieved ENERGY STAR certification; was awarded the 2010 Award for Excellence by the…
Abundance Thinking | ENERGY STAR | Green Buildings | LEED | Mixed Use and Retail | Sustainability
By Brad Pease
The verdict is in. Green buildings do improve financial performance of properties, reports the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) in its recently released report Energy Efficiency & Financial Performance: a Review of Studies in the Market. The report was designed to…
ENERGY STAR | Green Buildings | LEED | Sustainability
By Paladino and Company
Five Questions With…is our new series of Q&As with sustainability leaders. Joyce Mihalik is Vice President, Energy Services at Forest City Enterprises. Founded in 1920, Forest City is a national real estate management and development company with retail, residential and…
Change Management | Green Buildings | Leadership
By Julie Honeywell and Brad Pease
Currently, Millennials comprise 36% of the workforce. By 2020, Millennials will represent 50% of the workforce in the United States. That’s a mere six years away! Just who are these Millennials, born between 1980 and 2000? Much has been researched…
Employee Engagement | Green Buildings | Leadership | Sustainability
The Seahawks are going to the Super Bowl for only the second time in franchise history and the City of Seattle (home to Paladino HQ) is suffering from a severe case of football fever. The excitement got me thinking about…
Green Buildings | LEED | Sustainability
By Candice Goldsmith
Designing Paladino and Company’s new Seattle office to be as green as possible was a no-brainer. However, as we began our discussions about the design, the collaborative spaces, the operable windows and the recycled finishes, I realized no one was…
Change Management | Employee Engagement | Green Buildings | Sustainability
Abundance is a Paladino core value, meaning that every successful change initiative must contain an upside. So when it came time to design and build our new Seattle headquarters, we put ourselves through the abundance approach. Rather than bemoaning any…
Commercial Real Estate | Employee Engagement | Green Buildings | Sustainability
By Wanda Lowrey
Have you ever heard of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)? Many people haven’t. Nevertheless, it is one of the fastest-growing sustainability reporting programs in the world. Much like the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) set the standard for green building…
By Tom Paladino
Can we remember a time when there weren’t green buildings and a sustainability movement? It seems like light years since the U.S. Green Building Council was formed. Yet it’s been only two decades and the USGBC is celebrating its 20th…
Change Management | Green Buildings | LEED | Sustainability
I am willing to admit it: I am a monster truck racing fan. Now that probably seems strange coming from a green building consultant, especially when you consider that those trucks can burn up to a gallon of gas a…