Johnna Keller

by Johnna Keller

Project Manager, Sustainability Manager

Maximizing Investment on Sustainable Design

  • JULY 07, 2018
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Sustainable design and development isn’t just attainable, it’s essential. New techniques and technologies, along with evolving social and professional priorities, have elevated sustainable and conservation-minded practices from a niche approach to the mainstream.

The number crunching for sustainable developments has changed as the savings from energy-efficient designs, green building materials, and healthy interiors continue to become more significant and more quantifiable. As a result, financial and sustainable priorities have converged. 

Sometimes sustainability means spending those design dollars in different ways to invest in a healthier, more productive workforce or to invest in business practices for employee retention.

Developers have recognized that sustainable practices are no longer an optional bonus, but an integral and essential factor in design and development. The residual savings could help your business by reducing operational costs, increasing project feasibility or providing the opportunity to invest in your workforce.

So, what can you do to make a commitment to sustainability? Check out this article in the July 2018 issue of Hearland Real Estate Business by our own Johnna Keller and Kyle Schnieder, to learn more!

Johnna Keller

by Johnna Keller

Project Manager, Sustainability Manager

Johnna is a very passionate and energetic project manager. Being a LEED AP, WELL AP, LFA and a registered architect, Johnna is the go-to person at M+A for sustainability insight. She's full of creativity and passion, but not only for sustainability, in her free time Johnna likes to test the limits through endurance multi-sports.