Clients

Corporations

We partner with corporations that are looking to implement sustainability initiatives. These companies are often looking to capitalize on the economic and other benefits of going ‘green’ as well as become good corporate citizens.

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Government

We partner with government entities and agencies of all types, including the federal government, local governments and international agencies. These government entities are often charged with meeting aggressive environmental sustainability mandates.

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Developers

We partner with both commercial and residential real estate developers, allowing them to differentiate their projects and add value to their developments through green building initiatives.

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Professionals

We partner with architects, contractors and other professionals to help realize their project goals. A professional often comes to us with an upcoming project that has LEED or other aggressive sustainability goals.

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New Orleans: 504.822.8995
Washington DC: 202.568.8092
San Francisco 415.813.6442

FutureProof is a nationally recognized interdisciplinary firm which provides full-service sustainability masterplanning, green infrastructure design and development, integrated water management landscapes, LEED and technical consulting for projects and initiatives intent on achieving aggressive and impactful sustainability goals.

Living Building Challenge
Living Building Challenge

Living Building Challenge defines the most advanced measure of sustainability in the built environment.

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Enterprise Green Communities

Green Communities is a green building certification tool specifically for affordable housing developments.

OnePlanetLiving
One Planet Living

One Planet Living is a global initiative based on 10 principles of sustainability developed by BioRegional and WWF.

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LEED

Learn about our experience in coordinating green-building certification…

NEWS

July 17, 2012FutureProof Moves to New Office in Faubourg Marigny Building Block

Between Fatoush Restaurant and the Healing Center across from the St. Roch Market.

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June 7, 2012Cornell University Presentation “Living With Water: The New Orleans Water Plan” by Joe Evans and David Waggonner

They will present the design community’s response to the ecological, planning, and economic situation of coastal Louisiana, that provide relevant lessons and inspiration to professional and student designers.

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