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As Kimley-Horn continues to promote developments and engineering solutions, sustainable processes help our staff prioritize environmental conservation for the future.
Our sustainability story takes on many directions across practice areas, and it is as diverse as the services we offer and the clients we support. The nature of what we do—making our clients successful—puts us in a unique position to provide them with sustainable solutions from greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction planning and implementation to strategies around reducing embodied carbon and carbon footprint. For years, Kimley-Horn has been engaged in promoting conservation, renewal, and green design in projects throughout the United States.
Our work to provide built environmental solutions also involves balancing our role as consultants for our clients and the use of our resources. Because of this, we continually create an environment where this balance is championed by our teams, who have the resources, support, and tools to provide sustainability services that minimize the footprint of our actions.
We are committed to collaborating with clients to find green solutions, utilize emerging ideas, and promote environmental resilience.
Sustainability is a major element in a variety of our services. Here are a few listed below:
- Community & Infrastructure Resilience
- Stormwater Management and Water Quality
- Green Infrastructure & Ecological Restoration
- MEP System Design
- Landscape Architecture
- Nature-based Environmental Engineering & Planning
- Renewable Energy Consulting– Solar, Wind, Natural Gas, & Electric
- Solid Waste Management
- Sustainable & Green Design
- Water & Wastewater Reuse
In line with the services provided to clients, we strive to provide an environmentally sensible office environment for our employees. We do this through careful selection of vendors and office products as well as promoting locally-sponsored green initiatives throughout the firm.
Many of our projects have included a significant element of sustainability. Take a look at a few of them:
- Babcock Ranch—Punta Gorda, FL
- Gardenhouse—Beverly Hills, CA
- AT&T Discovery District—Dallas, TX
- Minneapolis—St. Paul International Airport (MSP) Silver Ramp, Terminal 1—St. Paul, MN
- Bob Callan Multiuse Trail Phase II, Segment A—Cobb County, GA
- VA Loma Linda Ambulatory Care Center—Loma Linda, CA
- City of Stuart PFAS Water Treatment System—Stuart, FL
- Streamsong Resort—Polk County, FL
- MoveDC Long Range Multimodal Transportation Plan—Washington, D.C.
- El Paso & Southwestern Railroad Greenway—Tucson, AZ
- Mercedes-Benz Stadium—Atlanta, GA
- Moore County Schools Roundabout Design and Stormwater Treatment Plan—Southern Pines, NC
- Northstar Commuter Rail—Minneapolis, MN
Building sustainable connections
Many of our projects have included a significant element of sustainability. Take a look at a few of them.