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Hillhouse has delivered renovation and construction projects across numerous industries for clients with sustainable agendas.
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We are so excited to announce that 415 Mathilda has won the Sustainable Leadership Award from the CoreNet Global Professional Awards!! The criteria for this award is work that accelerates the […]
We are proud to have the Sunnyvale office of Clover Network, Inc. featured in today’s Office Snapshots email! Clover is the tenant of our zero net energy building at 415 N. Mathilda […]
The 435 Indio Way building, a Zero Net Energy project we completed in 2013, recently won the Technology Award from the Golden Gate Chapter of ASHRAE in the existing commercial buildings […]
Tech and Policy Can Make Bill Gates’ ‘Energy Miracle’ a Reality Originally posted on TechCrunch, by Brandon Tinianov (national Advisory Council of the U.S. Green Building Council and vice president of […]
We are pleased to have 415 N. Mathilda featured in the Spring 2016 issue of Bay Area Building Management Guide, article on page 37 as well as […]
We are proud to help our clients prioritize sustainable agendas to create healthy buildings that benefit the environment and the community around us. These are the results:
Hillhouse projects achieve average domestic and landscape water savings well beyond conventional construction methods.
Hillhouse's average recycle rate for each project drastically reduces the amount of building materials that end up in landfills.
Hillhouse's strategies reduce power consumption in all aspects of building performance to reduce carbon footprints and lower utility bills.
Hillhouse selects materials that have high rates of recycled content for use in its construction projects to protect the environment.