“Discussions around making a building more sustainable should begin in the early ideation phase of any project, which is why it’s essential to have a design mindset within the construction management industry,” Burke said. “With these credentials, clients will know that every feature of their projects is ecologically efficient and built to positively impact the environment.”
The CPHC certification is a rigorous course in passive house building and design training to help architectural, engineering, and construction industry professionals to help buildings to be more energy-efficient.
“Being able to seamlessly infuse the highest levels of sustainable design in the physical construction of our projects reflects Consigli’s deep commitment to push the construction management industry forward through innovation and design,” said Todd McCabe, Consigli’s Vice President of Project Services. “Steven’s new CPHC certification in addition to his previous designations helps ensure that our project outcomes are not only energy-efficient and healthy for occupants but also address larger environmental challenges.”