In a world where sustainability is gaining momentum, at McDonald Modular Solutions we do not view Green building as a trend, it is our legacy. We've been designing and building eco-friendly for years. It makes perfect sense that we would be leaders in the green initiative.
McDonald Modular Solutions is unique as we are the first company in the industry headed by a LEED Accredited Professional. Modular building components and finished modular building units can be a part of any LEED design and construction effort. View a comprehensive report: Modular Building and the USGBC’s LEED™ Building Rating System
Our approach to helping the environment is simple.
NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT.
BENEFITS OF GREEN BUILDING
- Reduced Operating costs
- Enhanced marketability
- Increased worker productivity
- Reduced potential liability from Air Quality issues
- Reduce negative environmental impacts
Green modular building provides cleaner air, more daylight and increased productivity. Utility bills are lower, and less energy is consumed. Water use is also minimized. It is a goal of green building to reduce impact on the environment so water efficient devices are used and in some cases water is reused.
During the construction of your modular building, less building materials are wasted. There is far less construction site disturbance, and the environmental damage is minimized. Going green is the future of our business, and the future of our world. At McDonald Modular Solutions, we are proud to be on the cutting edge of this new movement.
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McDonald Modular Solutions is committed to a the environment and a sustainable planet. We work with the USDA to remain compliant in their Invasive Species program, particularly the Gypsy Moth.
Gypsy Moth is one of the most destructive pests of shade, fruit, and ornamental trees as well as hardwood forests. Our units are routinely inspected for Gypsy Moth and we report our compliance to the USDA.
For more information on Invasive Species and Gypsy Moth visit their site: The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Invasive Species Information Center.