As follow-up to last week’s post I wanted to provide CRE3 readers with new contact details of my new role with Sustainability Roundtable Inc.
In transitioning into any new position, my first week has been “sipping water through a fire hose” mode but, the one thing that instantly sank in is that SR Inc. is at the ‘epicenter’ of advancing industry best practices in operating sustainable facilities.
SR Inc. is a member driven research and consulting company that is well positioned to become an integral voice in helping corporate and governmental organizations gain valuable information in peer-to-peer interaction and deep domain research on how to operate their portfolio more efficiently by implementing the principles of sustainability. SR Inc. is helping a rapidly growing number of leading global companies and public agencies to: drive greater energy efficiency; resource productivity; use of renewables; and, sustainability across existing owned and leased real estate portfolios.
I encourage you to join SR Inc’s growing list of companies like Adobe Systems Inc., Autodesk, BC Hydro, BNY Mellon, Gensler, Harvard University, IBM, ING Clarion, Intuit, J.P. Morgan, McKesson, National Grid, National Institutes of Health, Oracle, UGL Unicco, Unum, USAA Real Estate Company, U. S. General Services Administration, Visa Inc. among others who are enjoying the resources available from SR Inc about bottom-line business benefits of sustainability real estate strategies/initiatives.
Blah, blah, blah…I apologize for the marketing smush but, the value propositions associated with being part of the SR Inc community are just too powerful to overlook and easy to understate their significance.
But, don’t take my word for it…read what current Members have to say:
“My team and I have been impressed by SR Inc’s impactful value-add regarding what works in more sustainable real estate world-wide; additional resources can only enhance their status as the “go-to” organization for sustainability research,” said Randy Smith, Vice President of Global Real Estate & Facilities at Oracle.
Kevin Kampschroer, Director of the GSA’s Office of Federal High-Performance Green Buildings – responsible for enhancing performance in the government’s more than 300 million square feet of real estate – observed upon joining SR Inc.’s shared-cost service: “GSA welcomes participation with the diverse group of firms assembled to drive towards a sustainable, clean energy economy. As GSA itself pulls toward a zero environmental footprint, we are eager to share our experience, research and data, and to take advantage of the collaborative private-public interchange that the Sustainability Roundtable offers.”
My involvement with SR Inc has clearly validated earlier statements I’ve posted about sustainability in corporate real estate…”GREEN is the NEW BLACK.” I hope to hear from you soon about your interest to become a corporate member in this fast growing sustainable facilities movement.
For more information, please contact me at:Larry Simpson Executive Vice President Sustainability Roundtable Inc. Best Practices for More Sustainable Facilities One Broadway, 14th Floor Cambridge, MA 02142 617-682-3629 (office) 617-529-1970 (cell) 508-946-4750 (remote) firstname.lastname@example.org www.sustainround.com SR Inc Thought Leadership: www.sustainround.com/forum/SOR/