At Integrated Design 360, our experienced green building consultants offer sustainable design and construction services to organizations across California and the United States. Located in San Carlos, CA, we're proud to be a certified, women-owned small business, and we utilize integrated, collaborative processes to improve efficiency for buildings and government organizations. Learn more about our company philosophy.
Our sustainable design and construction services have helped both private firms and government agencies meet their sustainable building objectives, developing green buildings and entirely sustainable campuses. We provide LEED, CHPS, and CALGreen certification assistance, and can help clients improve their existing buildings with LEED EBOM certification and ENERGY STAR benchmarking.
Explore our featured projects to see how we've helped clients of all sizes and industries achieve greater sustainability.
We have assisted countless government agencies in making the switch to sustainable architecture. Our government support services help clients fulfill their objectives by implementing sustainability and climate action plans with a focus on green building, electrification, and construction and demolition. Going green requires a lot of changes on an organization’s part, but our team works to make the transition as easy as possible by providing on-site staffing, managing reporting, performing field inspections, and providing custom services according to your project needs.
Contact Integrated Design 360 at 415.866.6744 to tell us about your project and learn how we can help you create a more sustainable future for your business.
Wed Jan 31 2018
Carbon is the leading cause of global climate change, and carbon pricing offers a tangible, financial penalty greenhouse gas emissions. According to many economists, climate change is a “market failure.”Society at large bears the cost of emitting CO2, while the polluters accrue the benefits […]
Fri Jan 19 2018
While some GOP lawmakers in the House and Senate wanted to kill federal subsidies for electric vehicles, wind, and solar power, the final version of the tax bill keeps the wind Production Tax Credit (PTC), the solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC), and the electric vehicle tax credit. The bill does kill the nuclear and “other” technology credits […]
Wed Sep 27 2017
Researchers at UC Berkeley and Berkeley Law, in a study commissioned by the nonprofit Next 10, found that California’s efforts to fight climate change added 41,000 jobs and $9.1 billion to the Inland Empire’s economy from 2010-2016. Many of these jobs were construction jobs that came from one-time construction investments […]