While research and case studies argue the “premium” for designing and constructing high performance buildings can be prohibitive to their execution, we present a different argument: if buildings are designed correctly and account for associated positive externalities, any first cost premium will be offset by benefits to occupants and owners.
Watch stok’s own Jeremy Attema’s brief and engaging presentation on this topic for the switch~ Denver conference.
Beyond saving on operating expenditures through reduced utility and maintenance costs, high performance buildings improve the occupant experience and create a happier, healthier, more productive workforce – and in turn, added revenue.
Dive into stok’s research on this topic. Download our report on the Financial Case for High Performance Buildings.