Green Offices Are No Longer The Exception, They're a Competitive Must

From improving energy efficiency to mitigating the impacts of climate change, businesses have been working to meet the demand of a marketplace that's ever-more ecologically conscious. As the shift has occured, executives have learned that "greening" operations isn't just an ethical or marketable endeavor, but a profitable one as well. One industry in which this shift has been markedly noticeable is construction, where companies have turned to new, more efficient techniques, especially when it comes to the modern office building.

"In major markets now, conventional construction doesn't really exist," Nathan Taft, director of acquisitions for green builder Jonathan Rose Companies, told Business News Daily. "We've seen a real shift in the industry, getting a push from government mandate to push people along on the learning curve. People are just realizing that green building makes sense."

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