Key Market

Sustainable ways of living

As the world rapidly transitions to more sustainable ways of living, engineering buildings that are built to last, resilient to climate change impacts and efficient in their use of capital is essential. With increasing cost pressures, supply chain disruption and rising demand for smart buildings, sustainable infrastructure solutions are needed to create high-performing structures powered by operational and energy efficiency.

Wood’s history of spearheading sustainability leads us to break new ground in designing, constructing and operating facilities that will drive economic development, job creation and enhance quality of life.

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Tom Bucci
Global Technical Leader for Buildings & Facilities
George Luckenbaugh
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Eric Lasater
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