New GRESB Members and Partners - July 2016

AEW Global provides real estate investment management services to investors worldwide. Currently, AEW Global manages $54.8 billion of real estate assets and securities on behalf of many of the world's leading institutional and private investors. With over 500 employees operating from 14 offices in North America, Europe and Asia, AEW Global provides the local real estate resources necessary to execute clients' investment objectives." data-share-imageurl="">
Friday, July 15, 2016

AEW Global provides real estate investment management services to investors worldwide. Currently, AEW Global manages $54.8 billion of real estate assets and securities on behalf of many of the world's leading institutional and private investors. With over 500 employees operating from 14 offices in North America, Europe and Asia, AEW Global provides the local real estate resources necessary to execute clients' investment objectives. AEW Global actively manages portfolios across the risk/return spectrum in both the listed and direct property markets.

Transwestern is a privately held real estate firm of collaborative entrepreneurs who deliver personalized service – the Transwestern Experience. Specializing in Agency Leasing, Management, Tenant Advisory, Capital Markets, Research and Sustainability services, its fully integrated global enterprise adds value for investors, owners and occupiers of all commercial property types. Transwestern has 34 U.S. offices and assists clients through more than 180 offices in 37 countries as part of a strategic alliance with BNP Paribas Real Estate.

Verdextra is a boutique consultancy, providing three areas of expertise, in finance, operations and sustainability. The company’s experience is founded on broad industry knowledge gained within the Big 4 consultancies, as well as extensive client-side experience. Its integrated approach focuses on delivering efficiencies within their clients’ businesses in order to maximize returns and lower operating costs. Verdextra's sector expertise includes Real Estate, Banking and Telecommunications across Western Europe, South America and the UK.

Healthy Buildings works with developers, building owners and managers to lower utility costs, increase operating efficiencies and lower business risks by providing building commissioning and energy audits, cost-benefit analyses, indoor environmental assessments, detailed reporting and world-class communication. Since 1980, Healthy Buildings has been dedicated to meeting the long term sustainability needs of the construction and real estate industries. It has completed over 12 million sf of energy audits, 5 million sf of retro-commissioning (RCx) projects, and dozens of new building commissioning (Cx) projects.

Morphosis is a sustainability strategy and capacity development practice servicing any sector, with a depth of specialist expertise in the property sector. It offers a suite of services to assist organizations to optimize the performance of their sustainability programs, for the short and long-term. Director Simon Carter has over 15 years of professional experience in sustainability, including experience as head of sustainability for a large corporation and working nationally, regionally (Asia Pacific) and globally.

​Habitech is the energy and environment cluster, a private consortium of enterprises, whose profits are reinvested in innovation and market transformation within the Italian green building and energy sectors. Habitech offers a cutting-edge package of consultancy services aimed to increase real estate value. It is an independent entity, reinvesting 100% of its profits in the development of pioneering projects. The consortium's 300 or so participants are companies, research institutions and public agencies and their mission is to promote and coordinate efficiency processes for individual buildings, neighborhoods or cities, operating as a sustainable innovation driver. It introduced LEED certification to Italy and it is the promoter and founder of the Green Building Council Italia.

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