Greening Government Buildings
The new Royal Alberta Museum (photo) is being constructed to LEED standards.
The way we design, build, manage, and work in our buildings can have a significant impact on the environment. Alberta Infrastructure recognizes the importance of sustainability and is committed to the responsible management of government assets. Below are examples of environmental initiatives that Alberta Infrastructure coordinates to help reduce the environmental impact of the construction and operation of government buildings.
Renewable Energy: By supporting renewable energy technologies Alberta Infrastructure is reducing its greenhouse gas emissions and investing in new forms of sustainable energy that guarantee a greener future for the Province. Click here to find out more about Alberta Infrastructure’s involvement in Wind and Solar Energy.
Environmental Certifications: Alberta Infrastructure is aligning its business with industry’s most stringent third-party environmental standards. Click here to find out more about Alberta Infrastructure’s involvement with the LEED and BOMA BESt.
Waste Diversion and Recycling: Wherever possible, Alberta Infrastructure is striving to ensure that the waste created from government operations is reduced and responsibility managed. Click here to find out more about Alberta Infrastructure’s management of hazardous materials and waste reduction initiatives.
Greening Government: Alberta Infrastructure is committed to embracing environmental stewardship in all aspects of its business. Click here to find out what Alberta Infrastructure is doing to reshape its corporate culture to reflect environmental best practices.