Green Construction for
Better Quality of Life & Environmental Protection
In recent years, there's been growing awareness of the need to protect
the environment. This has even reached the world of construction, affecting the
overall design of the living environment, energy efficiency, and choosing eco-friendly
The construction field has developed eco-friendly building practices,
which take energy efficiency, recycling, the natural environment and protection
of it into consideration, all while maintaining the residents' quality of life.
Green construction encourages protecting the environment, from the design stage
to the daily lives of the residents. The goal of green construction is to
reduce damage to the environment during the construction period, and to create
a living environment that meets the needs of the present generation without
compromising future ones.
Green Construction Features
Insulation: Environmental construction uses thermal insulation in every
apartment to maintain a perfect temperature year-round, which also helps
reduce energy consumption. Thermal insulation means higher-quality
materials for the walls, windows, and roofs, and even creates better
acoustics for more privacy and improved residential quality.
Materials: With green construction, the company chooses materials that do
not cause environmental harm, such as steel, which is considered to be a
natural and recyclable material. Additionally, they choose highly durable materials
that don't emit pollutants into the air. These materials don't need to be
replaced that often, which also reduces the need for reconstruction and
Energy & Water Consumption: Green construction uses tools and
solutions that recycle energy in order to increase energy efficiency, such
as installing efficient lighting systems, greywater systems, and water-efficient
Groundwork: Decreasing the need for excavating and filling work leads to efficient
water and energy usage.
Apartment Design: The apartments are designed to provide as much natural
sunlight and cross-breeze as possible.
During maintenance periods, recycling bins are placed around the building
to help remove trash in an environmentally-friendly way.
The Benefit for Residents? Cost Effective & Great Living
Residents who live in buildings that were constructed with green methods
benefit from lower operating expenses while still enjoying a quality building.
A study conducted in 2013 showed that about 40% of home buyers prefer to
purchase a home that was built in line with green practices, and general
awareness of green construction has risen significantly.