High Level Marketing Highlights Green ArchitectureBreaking Ground for the Greater Good

West Bloomfield, MI (PRWEB) September 29, 2014

High Level Marketing (HLM) challenges business owners nationwide to incorporate elements of green architecture in the design and construction, or retrofitting, of their commercial buildings. HLM applauds 1-800-LAW-FIRMs use of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing, leadership and commitment to its local community and the entire planet.

At High Level Marketing when we are amazed by our clients successes, awards and all sorts of initiatives, we cant help but spread the word. (Drumroll here) We are both proud and excited to announce that 1-800-LAW-FIRMs headquarters in Southfield, MI has been retrofitted into a model for renewable energy and energy efficiency. The installation of solar panels on the buildings roof is finished. This week, the installation of micro-wind turbines and a carport with solar panels will be completed.

The 100,000-square-foot building is undergoing a major green architectural overhaul- a complete retrofit including electric vehicle charging stations and solar-covered carports; indoor and outdoor efficient LED lights and an ecologically friendly rooftop solarium. Future features include energy optimization that reduces power fluctuations and improves the performance of computers and other electronics used in the building.

1-800-LAW-FIRM is a national company that represents plaintiffs on everything from tax issues, bankruptcy and divorce to medical malpractice and nursing home abuse. The national law firms initiatives represent the first project in the state of Michigan (outside of a separate program in Ann Arbor) that is taking advantage of the PACE program, made possible by a 2010 state law. Half the cost of the $ 1 million overhaul is being administered by Lean & Green Michigan. 1-800-LAW-FIRMs investment in green architecture underscores their commitment to not only their local community, but to the entire planet.

High Level Marketings Co-Owner and Chief Technology Officer, Jon Bowerman, was thrilled when 1-800-LAW-FIRM announced their PACE program initiatives stating, [1-800-LAW-FIRM] is following the same guiding principles as High Level MarketingDo good, and the money will follow. CEO Ari Kresch is an agent of change based on his demonstration in leadership and understanding of both the micro and macro benefits to be realized by undertaking such groundbreaking initiatives.

Bowerman is a graduate of the University of Michigans A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning in Ann Arbor, MI. With extensive knowledge of urban planning and sustainability, he urges all US businesses to pursue green architecture initiatives.

In conclusion he stated, 1-800-LAW-FIRMs investments in green architecture, cutting edge technologies, and even education underscore its commitment to its local community and the nation as a whole. If a mere 1% of US businesses followed suit, imagine where we would be as a nationand as inhabitants of this planetin five to ten years?

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Source: Jon Bowerman, CTO and Co-Owner of High Level Marketing

Writer: Liz Scavnicky Yaekle

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