Mason & Hanger Ranked #38 by Engineering News-Record Among Top 100 Green Buildings Design Firms

Mason & Hanger Ranked #38 by Engineering News-Record Among Top 100 Green Buildings Design Firms

Mason & Hanger, as a Day & Zimmermann Company, was ranked #38 by Engineering News-Record (ENR) in its 2023 list of Top 100 Green Buildings Design Firms.

“As a major focus for Mason & Hanger, we are pleased to improve our ranking within ENR's Top 100 Green Design industry leaders,” said Ben Lilly, President of Mason & Hanger, a Day & Zimmermann company, which provides architecture and engineering services with a specialization in energy and sustainability. “In our design of government facilities worldwide, we are applying our energy and sustainability expertise now more than any time in our history. Our focus on high performance buildings and renewable energy systems supports the U.S. Government’s need for energy security and reduced emissions. This is an exciting time as designers, as we create sustainable and resilient projects that will have a lasting impact in the future.”

“Our mission of Building a More Secure World, is fulfilled as we incorporate critical elements that improve efficiency, sustainability, and resiliency in our designs for the U.S. Government,” he added.

According to ENR, green building revenue jumped in 2022 with more projects seeking third-party sustainability certifications. In ENR’s report, the ‘Green Design Government Sector’ accounted for $947.3M, 10.1% of the total $9.36 billion in reported revenue in 2022.

“Federal spending and new carbon-cutting standards have spurred advanced climate-friendly design,” stated Rob McAtee, Director of Energy and Sustainability at Mason & Hanger. “Top 100 Green Design and Contracting firms are now able to apply new systems, materials, and strategies that weren’t available just a few years ago. This creates exciting opportunities for improved performance, but an added level of responsibility design professionals to ensure that options are fully vetted and will perform as intended,” he added.


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