Echo Pacific Construction is not only committed to the integrity of the structures we build, but also to the environment on which they dwell. From site construction to waste disposal, we believe that it is our responsibility to incorporate green building practices into our plans at every appropriate opportunity. With Echo Pacific as your partner we can help you find ways to earn LEED credits without incurring extra cost. We are also experienced with identifying ways to offset certain expenses to gain savings in other areas and align opportunities from the design to the built environment to help you achieve your LEED certification and green building goals.
Echo Pacific is a leader in sustainable building. No matter your LEED construction goals, we have sustainable construction experts that can help you achieve the LEED rating you desire (Platinum, Gold, Silver). LEED certified building emphasizes minimizing our environmental impact during and well after construction is complete. Green building techniques utilized by Echo Pacific include construction material re-use, minimizing fossil fuel consumption, local sourcing of materials, to employing solar and wind power. Join Echo Pacific in the sustainable building revolution today!
As a member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) and constructor of LEED-certified projects, Echo Pacific takes the time to think outside of the box when it comes to green and sustainable construction.
As a member of the United States Green Building Council, Echo Pacific takes pride in environmental responsibility. From green construction materials to proper waste disposal, we believe green building techniques are an important practice. Echo Pacific will assist you in achieving your LEED certification and in earning LEED credits. Corporate responsibility is one of our core values, and we aim to help our clients achieve LEED certified buildings. Echo Pacific offers LEED services to the following areas, including but not limited to: Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside County, Fresno, Orange County, and San Jose.