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Cassidy Turley is committed to ensuring sustainability initiatives have a lasting and positive impact throughout Washington, DC. As a leader in the commercial real estate industry, Cassidy Turley recognizes the importance of tailoring sustainable operations in order to reduce our environmental impact. In Washington, DC, over the past 3 years, Cassidy Turley’s portfolio has grown to include 4.4 million sf of LEED certified buildings, totaling 15 buildings and they have helped to achieve ENERGY STAR® certifications for over 6 million sf, totaling over 20 buildings. Our cornerstone philosophy recognizes the importance of sustainable operations and tenant education as the keys to reducing the carbon footprint of the buildings we manage and improving both the community and environment in which we live and work. Cassidy Turley leads by example and feels that our efforts contribute substantially to the Mayor’s vision to make Washington, DC the greenest, healthiest and most livable city in the nation.
Given that commercial office buildings are the largest consumers of energy, Cassidy Turley is committed to energy efficiency and focuses on improving the quality of the built environment in order to create and promote a more sustainable community. Through the implementation of initiatives that focus on energy efficiency enhancements, greenhouse gas emissions reductions, and ongoing tracking and reporting, we ensure proper baselines and measurement across our managed portfolio. These sustainability initiatives are integrated across all service lines of the company, and impact all aspects of the real estate lifestyle.
Cassidy Turley recognizes the importance of community involvement to strengthen the impact of its sustainability accomplishments across Washington, DC. Cassidy Turley’s key projects include:
Nicole Snarski, Sustainability Project Coordinator, Michael Alexander, Sustainability Project Manager, Evan Tyroler, Vice President/Principal