Sustainable building has become a method for the future. We not only work to preserve the past but we also are building to withstand the future.
If you are thinking about reducing your facility’s environmental impact or saving a building from losing its historical significance then you may want to consider the following sustainable building concepts we can offer you:



   • LEED

Our Specialties:

Our remarkable staff are experts in all phases of new and replacement façade systems. They can execute any project from design to installation and everything in between. Our teams use the best tools to provide our clients with the best product, including building information modeling and laser scanning to avoid field measurement discrepancies. With the best tools and our in-field experience our staff have become proficient in all management and install of any rain screen façade replacement. These systems allow you to salvage the existing building while adding additional energy efficiency to minimize the amount of heat loss in your building.


    The VMJR Companies can not only assist in the conception of an energy efficient facility but our knowledgeable staff will manage all processes required. We will accurately document all the necessary information required to receive the certification you desire for your facility, whether it be certified, silver, gold or platinum.

    What is LEED?

    LEED, which stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a third-party verification that a building was designed and built using strategies aimed at increasing performance, reducing waste and improving quality of life. The goal of LEED is to provide building owners and operators with an outline for recognizing and executing green building design, construction, operations and maintenance.

    What can LEED do for you?

    •    - Lower operating costs and increase asset value
    •    - Conserve energy, water and other resources
    •    - Provide occupants with a healthier and safer environment
    •    - Qualify for money-saving incentives, like tax rebates and zoning allowances