Green Star Certifications

We have extensive experience in the green building industry.

We have extensive experience in the green building- and renewable energies  industries and we believe in holistic solutions to deliver practical outcomes that add value to our clients, whilst -of course- being environmentally responsible.

Green Building Council
Certificate of Membership

Green Building Certification

Green-building incorporates design, construction and operational practices that significantly reduce or eliminate the negative impact of development on the environment and people. Green buildings are energy efficient, resource efficient and environmentally responsible. Your footprint matters.

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Sustainable energy benefits

Lower operating costs
Save money

Research reveals that Green Star SA buildings enjoy energy savings of between 25% and 50% compared to buildings designed to SANS 204 standards. The payback periods of energy and water saving practices are becoming much shorter as a result of increasing utility costs and the wider availability of more affordable green building technology.

Higher returns on assets

Extensive studies in the United States and Australia have shown rental rates in green buildings to be approximately 6% and 5% higher, respectively.

Increased Property Value
Higher resale value

Decreased operating costs, lease premiums and more competitive, less risky, future-proofed buildings contribute to the value of green buildings. This has been empirically proven in the United States and Australia with 11% and 12% valuation premiums, respectively.

Responsible investing

Investment in green building is an integral part of the worldwide trend to more responsible, sustainable and ethical investing.

Enhanced marketability
Increased market value

Green building creates a differentiated product in the market, which is viewed as technologically advanced and environmentally and socially responsible. These attributes are positively linked to the company brand and image of the owner and/or the tenant.

Reduced liability and risk
Low risk

Green buildings are future-proofed against increases in utility costs, potential energy and water supply problems, tightening legislation, carbon taxes and the impact of mandatory energy efficiency disclosure, as well as costly retrofits or even obsolescence.

Retaining clients
Government and corporate

The Department of Public Works’ planned ‘Green Building Framework’ is likely to include certain green building requirements for government accommodation. This will increasingly apply to large multi-national tenants too.

Increased productivity

Improved internal environment quality (IEQ) from increased ventilation, temperature and lighting control, and the use of natural light.