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Replacement High School,  Bethel Park


Sustainable Development ensures that meeting today’s needs does not compromise the ability of future generations to meet their needs. By focusing on the three spheres that frame sustainability – environmental, social, and economic – buildings can be developed and facilities designed in a responsible way to help reduce consumption of non-renewable resources, minimize waste, and enhance ecosystem services.

Utilizing a Sustainable Design philosophy encourages the identification and implementation of practical and measurable green building and land use solutions at each phase of the development process. It is an integrated multi-disciplinary approach that positively impacts all phases of a project’s lifecycle including building design, construction, operations, maintenance, and reuse.

Rating systems provide detailed design strategies to address building and site performance. Assessment methodologies like LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design), Green Globes, and SITES (Sustainable Sites Initiate) offer additional incentives to optimize project outcomes.

WMF is committed to Sustainable Development and a member of the US Green Building Council. Currently, WMF has six LEED Accredited Professionals on staff and multiple rated projects built and under construction.

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