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  • Flad & Associates
  • Industry: Architecture/Engineering
  • City: Madison, WI
  • Flad is committed to sustainable design and works with clients to achieve business goals through high performance, energy-efficient environments. Sustainable design offers bottom-line advantages by cutting energy costs, decreasing waste and increasing employee satisfaction and productivity. The key to realizing the cost-effectiveness of "building green" is to build in sustainable design principles from the beginning of any new construction project. Success depends on an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach to design. Flad is a member of the US Green Building Council and played a key role in developing the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Building Rating System.