Cuningham

Uplifting the Human Experience. That’s our purpose that gets us up in the morning. Wherever people work, play, heal, grow and live – we strive to make the world a better place through regenerative design. We understand that the synergy of decarbonization, regeneration and circularity in the built environment presents significant opportunities for brands to boost their own sustainability commitments.

Cuningham

For more than 50 years, Cuningham has a long-standing commitment to sustainable design. We continue this legacy by staying ahead of trends in carbon transparency, chain-of-custody sourcing and materials. We understand that the synergy of decarbonization, regeneration and circularity in the built environment presents significant opportunities for brands to boost their own sustainability commitments.

We design workplaces for brands that are purpose-driven and people-centered in the circular economy.

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Carbon Footprint Measurement and Challenges: A Case Study
Carbon Footprint Measurement and Challenges: A Case Study

1 week ago - Cuningham was commissioned to estimate GHG emissions for a company with $6.6B in annual sales and operations in 14 states, with 305 locations comprising more than 4M square feet. Companies’ real work begins when their GHGs are known and they can decide how to respond to newfound knowledge about their impacts.

How ESG Is Forever Changing Investing, Design in the Built Environment
How ESG Is Forever Changing Investing, Design in the Built Environment

1 month ago - Simply returning profits to investors is no longer a good enough measure of success. If any stakeholder does not see benefits in the design of a capital project, then gaining support is unlikely. Is your organization ready for multi-stakeholder investment and design?

Digital Twins: A Data-Driven Approach to Sustainable Building Operations
Digital Twins: A Data-Driven Approach to Sustainable Building Operations

9 months ago - Digital twins are now beginning to be recognized for their ability to monitor a building’s performance in real time. Companies' building projects should include a model that is prepared for this new, data-driven approach to sustainability.

The Shift from Sustainable to Regenerative Design
The Shift from Sustainable to Regenerative Design

10 months ago - The language and terms we use influence our approach to the problems we face. Switching from sustainable to regenerative design enables us to more easily leave behind strategies that are no longer equal to the challenges we face.

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The Creative Collision of Circular Economy and Supply Chain in the Built Environment
The Creative Collision of Circular Economy and Supply Chain in the Built Environment

10 months ago - The intersection of circular practices and supply chain in the built environment will be a ripe area for innovation as companies look to their real estate portfolios for opportunities to meet their ambitious sustainability commitments by 2030.

What’s Your Organization’s Carbon Budget?
What’s Your Organization’s Carbon Budget?

11 months ago - The reduction in total carbon emissions due to COVID-19 just about equals the annual reduction we need to put in place over the next decade. That’s quite a challenge — and it will require us to examine every aspect of our organizations’ operations.

3 Advances in Sequestering Carbon in the Built Environment
3 Advances in Sequestering Carbon in the Built Environment

11 months ago - The ability to not only eliminate greenhouse gas emissions, but actually sequester carbon, would transform buildings from net negative to net positive entities. Here, we examine several approaches making this possible.

Operating vs Embodied Carbon in the Built Environment: The Difference and Why It Matters
Operating vs Embodied Carbon in the Built Environment: The Difference and Why It Matters

1 year ago - The tremendous work to reduce operational carbon from buildings in recent years can be seen in the rise of net-zero energy buildings. But without a comparable focus on reducing embodied carbon in construction materials, that work will not lead to the hoped-for mitigation of climate change.

Regenerative Design: Beyond Sustainability Toward Circularity in the Built Environment
Regenerative Design: Beyond Sustainability Toward Circularity in the Built Environment

1 year ago - In order to achieve 2030 sustainability goals, company leaders must think beyond "sustainability," and challenge built environment teams to strive for net-positive impacts, net-zero energy and zero waste.

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Using Built Environment Strategies to Achieve 2030 Sustainability Goals
Using Built Environment Strategies to Achieve 2030 Sustainability Goals

1 year ago - As a CSO or COO of a company striving for sustainability, what contribution can you expect of your built environment team? That’s the question we address in this first of a series of articles about decarbonization, regeneration and circularity in the built environment.

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