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Jodie Clarke

Though Unico Sustainability Project Manager Jodie Clarke has worked on the cutting edge of green building, it’s her mentors and peers that define the job for her. “I was definitely drawn to want to do good in my career,” said Clarke, who is a LEED-AP and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Mass Media Communications from […]

The USGBC Colorado chapter kindly invited us to write a guest post for their blog this week. Click over to their site to read thoughts from our Senior Sustainability Manager Adam Knoff on the myth of the Platinum Premium, and a case study for how we debunked it with our development at 1738 Pearl Street. Spoiler alert: The […]

Self-tinting, electrochromic glass is being installed at Unico Properties’ 1738 Pearl Street development in Boulder, Colo., and it’s hard to contain our enthusiasm. This is an exciting moment for us, and the broader green building movement for that matter, as this game-changing technology will improve how we design and construct new buildings. Highly insulated and […]

Building energy disclosure ordinances have been popping up around the country lately as a way to entice property owners to benchmark their consumption and improve their efficiency, and now Portland, Ore., is the latest U.S. city to require energy disclosure from its building stock. You can’t manage what you don’t measure, and disclosure is one […]

Exciting news over at the Bullitt Center: the property has earned Living Building certification, becoming the first office building to do so. Unico Sustainability has been honored to manage the property for the last year, and we’re thrilled and proud to be a partner to the greenest commercial building in the world. “The Bullitt Center is the […]

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