In our previous article on Building Sustainability, we mainly developed the significant benefits of a sustainable construction in the field of health and well-being in accordance with measurements and in-depth investigations made to building occupants. We presented Health and Well-Being to the buildings and its benefits. But what other benefits can these practices have from investors? What is the extra cost for a sustainable construction?
Last report on this subject confirms that when there is a development process that incorporates environmental strategies with a rational management program from the beginning of the building’s life cycle, the benefits of energy, water, valuable resources and money are great.
“Green” buildings do not necessarily have to cost more, especially when cost strategies, management and environmental strategies are incorporated for the development of the building from its initial design phase. (Read the whole article)