Sustainable Design goes beyond the desire for an award or plaque…it simply makes good business sense!
Sustainable Design plays an important role in all projects designed by MSKTD. This design strategy goes beyond the desire for an award or a plaque. A sustainable design approach simply makes good business sense. It not only means that the client receives an energy efficient facility, but that the design considers the available natural resources and is adaptable to change.
From helping projects become LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified to incorporating suitable sustainable elements, MSKTD has been practicing the concepts of sustainable design on our projects long before the term became popular.
To better understand how we have embraced many of these sustainable concepts, we encourage you to review our LEED Certified projects below:
|Sweetwater Corporate Campus||2009 Platinum||Fort Wayne, Indiana||APR 2009|
|Ball State University - David Letterman Comm/Media Building||2011 Silver||Muncie, Indiana||AUG 2011|
|IUPPS Regional Call Center||2012 Certified||Greenwood, Indiana||JUN 2012|
|Ball State University - The Jo Ann Gora Student Rec & Wellness Center||2012 Silver||Muncie, Indiana||JUN 2012|
|Lake City Bank - Carmel||2012 Silver||Carmel, Indiana||AUG 2012|
|Ivy Tech College - Sellersburg Campus||2012 Silver||Sellersburg, Indiana||AUG 2012|
|Franklin Electric||Silver||Fort Wayne, Indiana||JUN 2014|
|Indiana University - Spruce Residence Hall||2015 Gold||Bloomington, Indiana||Mar 2015|
|Ball State University - Teacher's College Renovation||2016 Certified||Muncie, Indiana||May 2016|
|IUPUI - North Residence Hall||2019 Silver||Indianapolis, Indiana||mar 2019|