Middough recognizes that the materials, systems and energy used to create the built environment are not infinite and must be carefully managed and utilized. To this end, we are fully committed to the responsibility of providing our clients with creative sustainable building and operations ideas to meet their project demands without compromising their future needs and overall environmental, societal, and government goals. EHS and Sustainability is much more than a professional service; it is our culture—it is who we are.
We deliver sustainable planning, design, procurement, construction and commissioning services that maximize energy efficiency and utilize environmentally-friendly components and practices. Our diverse knowledge and experience in the allows us to deliver renewable energy and cogeneration solutions.
Leveraging our quality engineering legacy Middough adds LEED accredited professionals and sound project management to all phases of the project or program life cycle pertaining to sustainability. This includes architectural design, manufacturing process planning, sustainability project administration, mechanical and electrical design, instrumentation and building automation, procurement construction, indoor environment testing, and commissioning.
As the world endeavors to decarbonize and works together to green our environment, Middough works with you a step at a time to seek ways to achieve a green-footprint while staying aligned with your overall capital program goals.
Our sustainable solutions incorporate the nine foundations of the Healthy Building framework: ventilation, air quality, thermal health, moisture, dust and pests, safety and security, water quality, noise, lighting and views to promote a healthy and safe environment to our clients workforce.
Middough is national member of the USGBC and encourages and assists their professionals in the development and pursuit of their USGBC LEED Accreditation. The U.S. Green Building Certification (USGBC) is an independent, nonprofit organization that promotes sustainable building practices under its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program. LEED certification is available for all building types including new construction and major renovation, schools, health care, retail, homes, neighborhoods, core and shell, commercial interiors, and existing buildings. For more information about LEED, visit www.usgbc.org.