Windmill is committed to building the green development movement through awareness and education. That is why we continually gather useful, up-to-date information found here in our resource library and in our blog. We hope this information will inspire and empower others to learn more and spread the word on the benefits of developing green urban environments.
We are also actively involved in the community. If you would like us to talk to your group please contact us and supply us with all the relevant information on the nature of your request. We will get back to you as soon as possible to discuss in detail.
What is a Green Building
Windmill buildings are conceived, designed and built as “green buildings.” Green buildings are about much more than highly efficient energy consumption. They are high-performance buildings, providing healthier living and working environments for less money over the long run (and often the short run, too). Green buildings are designed to maximize users’ comfort and productivity while levying the smallest possible environmental impact.
Green Building Examples
The Conde-Nast Building at 4 Times Square, New York, NY,is the first large scale speculative office building in the United States to be marketed as green. The 47-story office tower is designed with attention to energy efficiency, indoor air quality, and material selection.