WATERTOWN, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Cadmus will continue to provide analytical, technical, and outreach support to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) ENERGY STAR® Commercial and Industrial (C&I) Branch for five more years, under a recently-awarded $24 million contract.
“On the heels of our recent acquisition of the Constructive Technologies Group (CTG), this award positions Cadmus to continue to grow as a market force in green buildings and sustainability, industrial energy efficiency, and market transformation—all while protecting the environment and enhancing performance of commercial buildings and industrial facilities,” said Ian Kline, President and CEO of Cadmus.
According to the U.S. EPA, commercial buildings account for 20% of the nation’s energy use and nearly a third of the energy used in commercial buildings is wasted through inefficiency. There is also significant energy waste in industry. To create momentum for energy performance improvements within individual industrial sectors, EPA organizes ENERGY STAR Industrial Focuses.
As it has for the past 15 years, the Cadmus team of green and high-performance buildings experts and industrial specialists will provide technical support to fulfill ENERGY STAR C&I’s mission to make commercial buildings and industrial facilities more energy efficient.
About The Cadmus Group, Inc.
Cadmus (http://www.cadmusgroup.com) helps government, non-profit and corporate clients address critical challenges in the environmental and energy sectors. We provide an array of research and analytical services in the United States and abroad, specializing in solving complex problems that demand innovative, multidisciplinary thinking. Our major service areas are Water, Energy Services, Social Marketing and Market Transformation, Health Policy and Communications, Green Building, International Development, and Strategic Environmental Consulting.
Our staff includes scientists; engineers; statisticians; economists; MBAs; marketing, public relations and communications professionals; attorneys; information technology specialists; and public policy analysts. Many of our senior consultants are nationally recognized experts in their fields, and several serve on high-level U.S. government science advisory boards.