Resource Management

Creating a Healthier World

 |  Terrapin works across a broad spectrum of areas—environmental strategy, biophilic design, ecological design, and bioinspired innovation—but all of our efforts aim to create a healthier world. Supporting human health has implications at all scales of the built environment and unites our work across these diverse fields. — Read More

Chris Garvin Appointed to GSA’s Green Building Advisory Committee

 |  Our partner Chris Garvin was recently appointed as a member of the U.S. General Services Administration’s Green Building Advisory Committee. The Green Building Advisory Committee provides advice to GSA to accelerate the successful transformation of the Federal building portfolio to sustainable technologies and practices. Chris will bring his extensive knowledge and experience in the architecture and sustainable […] — Read More

Recap: Terrapin at Greenbuild 2016!

 |  Bill Browning and Chris Garvin had great sessions at Greenbuild 2016 about biophilic design and the sharing economy. Read more about their sessions and the team’s impressions of Greenbuild overall. — Read More

The Value of Ecological Design

 |  Our Ecological Design Framework (referred to simply as “Phoebe”) focuses on the most impactful project opportunities that will result in positive change on-site and far beyond the project property line. Reframing traditional green building metrics and transforming them into bold built ecological goals provides a structured but open forum for teams to achieve meaningful ecological change. — Read More

Bill Browning speaks at REFF 2014

 |  Terrapin Partner Bill Browning is speaking at the 2014 Renewable Energy Finance Forum (REFF) on June 25-26. REFF-Wall Street is the premier renewable energy financing event in the US, where top transactional professionals talk about the rapidly changing state of renewable energy finance, and insights about the path ahead. — Read More

PlaNYC 2030

 |  Terrapin Partner Bob Fox was appointed to the NYC Sustainability Advisory Board, to develop strategies for greening NYC as part of PlaNYC 2030. — Read More