Watch this video to learn more about HMFH’s commitment to climate action through sustainable school design.
For over 50 years, responsible energy use and conservation has been guiding the design process at HMFH. Today, our commitment to climate action is stronger than ever. From LEED, to CHPS (Collaborative for High Performance Schools), to Net Zero, we help our clients make smart decisions about how to build an energy-efficient, healthy building that contributes to the wellness of its occupants.
Learn more about our ongoing efforts to design sustainable, resilient learning environments—including the new net zero energy Fales Elementary School, the innovative Tri-Gen system at Saugus Middle/High School, and the net-zero dairy barn and living learning lab used as teaching tools at Bristol County Agricultural High School. Video produced in collaboration with the Boston Society of Architects.
Created by Clyde Media.