Crawford CO2

We believe that building green is building smart. Green buildings are based on a holistic, integrated process where all disciplines involved in the design, construction, operations and maintenance of a building work together to create and operate a facility that considers all criteria as proposed by the USGBC sustainable rating system, LEED and Green Star (Green Building Council of Australia’s sustainable rating system). Crawford is committed to sustainable design practices with more than 25 years of experience. Crawford has been involved in more than 29 LEED and Green Star projects.

Our goal, through the promotion of green buildings, is to develop environmentally responsible, healthy, economically feasible and profitable projects for our clients. Our new subsidiary, Crawford O2, serves the emerging carbon market through specialized design projects. Crawford O2 is uniquely positioned to help clients realize untapped income from their real estate assets – both existing and planned.

Our Sustainable Design Projects

George A. Weiss Pavilion at Franklin Field – University of Pennsylvania
LEED Gold Certified

CenturyLink Field (Formally Qwest Field) – Seattle, Washington
LEED Gold Certified

Purcell Pavilion & Joyce Center – University of Notre Dame
Designed to be LEED Gold Certified

Pegula Ice Arena – Pennsylvania State University
Designed to be LEED Silver Certified

Tse Ping & Cheng Cheung Ling Sports Center (Hutchinson Gym) – University of Pennsylvania
Designed to be LEED Gold Certified

Sanford Jackrabbit Athletic Facility (SJAC) –
South Dakota State University
Designed to be LEED Gold Certified

Dana J. Dykhouse Football Stadium –
South Dakota State University
Designed to be LEED Gold Certified

Darwin Cove Convention Centre – Darwin Cove, Australia
5 Star, Green Star Rating

The Flanery Centre – Bathurst, NSW, Australia
5 Star, Green Star Rating

Woodville Street Commericial Building – Hurtsville, NSW, Australia
5 Star, Green Star Rating