The SBS Green Manifesto
At Stanley, Beaman and Sears, Sustainability is not just a buzzword; it’s part of our DNA. Our vision is to incorporate green principles into everything we do, from innovative design through engineering and construction. We’re committed to taking a holistic approach to serving our clients, looking closely at nature for inspiration (Biomimicry) and striving to meet the highest standards of design set forth by BREAM, LEED, Cradle-to-Cradle Design and beyond.
For every project we do, whether in urban heartlands or rural backlands, we look closely at the local trends, culture, environmental and socioeconomic conditions, and we adapt our design accordingly with sustainability in mind. Our goal is to design zero net energy buildings [alongside the 2030 challenge] that push the limit on harvesting natural resources and offsetting energy intake.
At Stanley, Beaman and Sears, we take sustainability personally, and we hope you will too.
Check out some of our green practices:
At Stanley Beaman & Sears we are a sustainable architecture firm and enduring advocates of sustainable systems who thoughtfully integrate sustainable design philosophies into all of our projects. As a member organization of the U.S. Green Building Council, we promote LEED certification for our projects and pride ourselves on LEED professional accreditation among many members of our staff. We believe in sustainable design’s power to inspire and educate. As innovators and as advocates for health and well being, we strive to create environments that maximize efficiency, conserve precious resources, improve worker productivity and minimize negative effects on the natural world.
We have designed two out of three of LEED Gold children’s hospitals in the country. To read more about about Nemours Children’s Hospital, Orlando and Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, Florida, use the following links:
Firm Sustainable Design Highlights:
SBS Sustainability Case Study:
• Nemours Children’s Health Campus
60-acre Sustainable Health & Research Campus in Florida
• Emory Winship Cancer Research Institute
Completed in 2003, this was the first LEED certified
Cancer Institute in the United States
• Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia
Completed in 2010, LEED Gold level
• Georgia Tech Student Health Services Center
Completed in 2011, LEED Certification for
Commercial Interiors in process
• Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Hollywood, Florida
Completed in 2011, LEED Gold level
• Fulton County Adamsville Regional Health Center
• West Virginia University Vivarium
Targeting LEED certification