WCE’s updated service incorporates green roofs and solar energy solutions to build renewable energy solutions into tomorrow’s home design projects. The combination of green roofs and solar energy can be used on flat or low-slope roofs on both commercial and residential buildings.
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A green roof is a layer of vegetation planted over a waterproofing system. The team at WCE has updated its design and consultation process to focus on incorporating green roofs to improve air quality and biodiversity, reduce stormwater runoff, decrease noise, and reduce power consumption while fostering urban food production capabilities.
The green roofs and solar energy installation service is preceded by a 30- to 60-minute consultation with the company’s team to discuss and determine the project requirements. WC Engineering establishes trust by communicating effectively and swiftly throughout the relationship.
The WCE team may undertake LEED certification and value engineering based on project needs. By doing this, the client can benefit from a net-positive regenerative building without having to choose between environmental care and expenditure.
WC Engineering functions similarly to larger engineering companies but at a fraction of the cost. The company offers flexible payment options when clients require optimal cash flow management to cover materials, labor, and payroll.
Other services provided by WC Engineering include building design and construction administration and Building Information Modelling (BIM) that spans from 2D to 8D depending on the size of the client’s project and the level of detail required.
About WC Engineering
WC Engineering is a green engineering company currently accepting projects. Brian White, an engineer with over ten years of experience in building engineering, founded the company. The company’s team also includes Christine Thuring, Ph.D., a collaborative ecologist with over 20 years of expertise working with green roofs and other forms of ecological green infrastructure.
A spokesperson for the company said: “We use advanced research methodologies, computer-aided engineering software, and technical writing. We provide green building options to satisfy our clients’ demands, and we collaborate with contractors, stakeholders, and other design professionals to bring the client’s vision to life.”
Interested parties can find more information on the recently announced service by visiting https://www.wc.engineering
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