BOSTON – TRO Jung|Brannen, a leading international architecture, engineering, interior design and master planning firm has signed on to the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) 2030 commitment program and its goal of designing carbon-neutral buildings by the year 2030.
Boston-based TRO Jung|Brannen understands the need to exercise leadership in creating the built environment. The firm believes it must alter the profession's practices and encourage its clients and the entire design and construction industry to join it and change the course of the planet's future.
A multi-year effort will be required to alter current design and construction practices and to realize significant reductions in the use of natural resources, non-renewable energy sources and waste production, and to promote the regeneration of natural resources.
“We have long been recognized as a leader in sustainable design and pledge to continue to implement green design throughout our practice,” says Robert Hoye, CEO of TRO Jung|Brannen.
To learn more about this initiative, visit AIA 2030 Commitment.
About TRO Jung|Brannen
TRO Jung|Brannen is an international planning and design firm of more than 200 professionals with practice areas in commercial, arts & education, health care, hospitality & residential, and research. Services include programming/feasibility studies, architecture, planning, interior design, and engineering. Based in Boston, the firm maintains regional offices in Birmingham, AL; Sarasota, FL; and Memphis, TN; as well as international offices in Beijing, China and Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Go to www.trojungbrannen.com for more information.