Clayco’s Sustainable Commitment
Clayco is fully committed to meet the needs of our employees, clients and future generations in a manner consistent with environmental responsibility. As a builder and modeler of the built environment, we believe it is both good business practice and our duty to protect and preserve the natural and cultural resources of the communities we serve. In keeping with this belief, it is our policy to conduct our business in an environmentally responsible manner that protects the public, our employees, and the earth that we all share in a comprehensive and transparent manner.
Clayco is consistently ranked one of the top Green builders in the United States
Since day one, sustainable design and construction practices have been an important responsibility that we’ve implemented into all of our projects. Sustainable building practices that we typically employ on all projects include: site selection principles, high performance building design, use of sustainable building materials and sustainable construction practices.
We have over 70 LEED accredited professionals on staff
We proactively require rigorous in-house training for all employees in USGBC’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Rating Systems. We’ve established formal green building procedures to capture the maximum benefits of building green in every step of the building process. The latest technologies, including Virtual Design and Construction (VDC), Building Information Modeling (BIM) and energy modeling software are used in evaluating building performance and systems in order to maximize performance with cost effective, full life cycle solutions. We assist owners to make wise decisions to meet a project’s sustainability goals.
Below is a list of select LEED certified projects.
View Our Sustainable Guidelines
“By implementing a whole-building approach, we lessened our environmental footprint, achieved a superior work environment and reduced operating costs. Novus is thrilled to have found a design-build partner in Clayco that sees construction from a holistic view and understands how it affects our business, our employees and our environment.”—Don Vondriska