Expert advice on achieving better buildings, communities and businesses
Expert, impartial research, knowledge and advice for the built environment sector and beyond.
BRE Canada helps government, industry and business to meet the challenges of our built environment. Today it is imperative to understand the business case behind sustainable initiatives: cost savings and efficiencies go well beyond resource conservation and energy savings. In concert with tackling environmental and economic challenges, social issues and aspects must also be considered and addressed.
BRE is an independent and impartial, research-based consultancy organization, offering expertise in every aspect of the built environment and associated industries. We help clients create better, safer and more sustainable products, buildings, communities and businesses - and we support and leverage the innovation needed to achieve this.
The collective knowledge and experience of the BRE Canada coupled with BRE's more than 90 years of expertise in sustainable development will enable BRE Canada to deliver practical, affordable evidence based sustainability solutions to clients. We aspire to bring sustainability into the mainstream by collaborating with new and existing Canadian clients to drive change.
Our aim is to Build a Better Canada by helping to decrease carbon emissions, source materials more responsibly, increase resource and other efficiencies to produce a truly sustainable built solutions with economic savings and no social comprises. Our range of spans sustainable strategic planning, masterplanning, procurement of sustainable construction materials, building policy and code, to more project specific offerings such as construction site efficiency or leveraging EPD.
As part of the BRE Group of companies, BRE Canada will channel its profits into registered charity the BRE Trust, which will be used to fund research and innovation programs in Canada. Our plans include the development of an to showcase how sustainable design, modern methods of construction, clean and renewable technologies can help address the issues facing the Canadian built environment.