Sustainable design is at the core of our practice at TruexCullins. From the design of the Church Street Marketplace in the 1970s to the positive energy and LEED-certified buildings of today, we engage our clients and demonstrate the benefits of green design. In doing so, we deliver beautiful, high performance buildings and interiors that illustrate how sustainability enhances their lives and our environment.
Our design process is focused on the successful fusion of the technical needs of a building with the art of shaping space and material. This combination of art and science is the essence of making enduring spaces that are truly sustainable. Our approach is based on elemental design qualities that strengthen the relationship between the built and the natural environment:
While our work is founded on the basic design qualities that have guided us for generations, we also readily acknowledge the unique challenges being presented to us today. We are on the cusp of an environmental revolution. As we continue into the 21st century, we will see our buildings become increasingly powered by renewable energy sources that are present on and within the earth, while providing the healthy interior environments wherein people thrive.
At TruexCullins, our focus is the making of beautiful buildings and interiors that fit their place, purpose and the planet upon which we live.
Select GREEN / LEED® PROJECTS:
Four Currier Place, Dartmouth Real Estate | Hanover, New Hampshire
Heritage Aviation Campus Expansion | South Burlington, Vermont
Debevoise Hall, Vermont Law School | South Royalton, Vermont
Dudley Davis Student Center, University of Vermont | Burlington, Vermont
South Farms Home | Hinesburg, Vermont
4 Currier Place Office Building, Dartmouth College Real Estate | Hanover, New Hampshire
Oakes Hall, Vermont Law School | South Royalton, Vermont
DuBois & King Office Building | Randolph, Vermont
Ben & Jerry's | South Burlington, Vermont