THE NEW YORK TIMES | 07.16.20

For a couple of decades, many in the real estate industry have been trying to make buildings “green,” replacing conventionally made materials with sustainable ones and installing energy-efficient systems. Buildings have a heavy environmental footprint, so the upshot of all this tinkering has been structures that are less harmful to the planet.  Full Article

Every year, a small group of Weber Thompson staff meet to discuss how we were going to engage the office in Food Frenzy, the annual fundraiser in which local businesses compete to raise money for Food Lifeline. Food Lifeline is one of the leading…From Our Blog

Mark Dorsey is a Project Architect at Weber Thompson. He joined the team in 2016 and immediately became an invaluable member of the Commercial Office Studio. A team player who loves… View Profile