Sustainable projects can achieve significant savings over time, resulting in long-term financial benefits for building owners and occupants.
Mahesh Kothari - Managing Director, LML Homes
Green projects are economically better if they are designed and executed with expertise. They are also cost-effective in the long term as they use less energy, require fewer resources, and have lower maintenance costs. Additionally, they are more attractive to tenants and buyers. With the recent awareness of the health and environmental benefits, clients are willing to pay a premium for a better-quality lifestyle.
Architects and developers have learned that going green is better for the building’s longevity, the user’s health, and the environment - making it a perfect choice to try and implement eco-friendly features in all our designs and facilities as much as possible. The economic benefits are an added perk.
Incorporating durable, recyclable materials with a lower environmental impact, can result in lower maintenance and replacement costs over time. The total operational costs also come down since such buildings have lower operating costs due to improved indoor air quality, reduced maintenance needs, and lower energy and water consumption.
Overall, sustainable projects can achieve significant savings over time, resulting in long-term financial benefits for building owners and occupants. In addition, these savings can be reinvested in the building to improve sustainability further, resulting in a positive feedback loop of increased protection and sustainability.