Scientific Essay from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - Operations Research, grade: 100, Argosy University, course: Strategic Planning & Implementation (B7223), language: English, abstract: Sustainable design and green home building are defined to develop their meaning. Both definitions provided insight on the meaning in regards to efficient use of resources. In addition, the major projects, scope, size, financial performance, and active names of three firms are revealed. The names of three active firms include Mungo Construction, National Community Renaissance and Fore Property Company. Mungo Construction teamed with Columbia Housing Authority for the major project. The major project included LEED certification and revitalization of a community in a naturally smart location. LEED certification involved elements like using efficient irrigation, the use of minimal VOC (volatile organic compounds) products, dual flush toilets, optimum efficiency windows and HVAC systems. A firm called National Community Renaissance partnered with La Quinta Redevelopment Agency. Also, Fore Property Company joined CANV Construction and constructed a project. The project integrated fresh construction skills and methods that help reduce power and water (H2O) consumption. A graphical chart is located after the reference page for quick reference data.
Dr. Gaberella Green earned her Doctor of Business Administration degree in Management and Accounting. She was first in her class for her field of study with a GPA of 4.0. She holds 36 Graduate credits in Accounting and 18 Graduate credits in Management. Her Dissertation focuses on women studies as Women Who Knocked Holes Through The Glass Ceiling: A Phenomenological Study. Her study offers conclusive findings and is a prime scholarly source. The author has several published works in her areas of study. She is a native of Charleston, SC and a single parent. Her mother was the late Minister and CEO Florence Davis Green who assisted the hungry in the local community. She is currently pursuing Fortune 500 CEOs through the IRB to shed further insight on the Glass Ceiling phenomenon.