Re:Vision supports the specification of sustainable materials through:
Carbon benchmarking and recommendations for interior finishes, resulting in dramatically reduced embodied carbon.
Evaluation of structural material choices (concrete SIPs, steel, and wood), resulting in a 37% lower global warming potential through the selection of a wood structure.
Whole-building Life-Cycle Analysis (LCA) for compliance with LEED v4.1 Building Life Cycle Impact Reduction and as a case study for the district to explore impacts of design decisions on the environment.
Material selection support and whole-building Life-Cycle Analysis (LCA) to demonstrate a reduction in embodied carbon through the use of a carbon-smart approach to materials and building enclosure.
Design team and contractor training on materials vetting for toxicity and chemicals of concern, per the Living Building Challenge Red List.