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GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool (SFTool)
The GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool makes it easy for both government and private-sector property managers to identify sustainable practices and compare options for implementing them in their renovation projects. The Tool identifies strategies to incorporate in the planning and design phase for all building project types, with an emphasis on workplace projects under 10,000 sf.
The SFTool is intended for facility managers, real estate professionals and project managers from governmental agencies and private sector developers as well as building occupants and owners who require more guidance about why sustainability matters and how to implement sustainable solutions.
• Supports decision-making based in sustainable design principles, materials, and systems
• Designed for the needs of small projects (<10,000 sf)
• Shows a 3-D interactive walkthrough of office interiors & material comparisons
• Presents sustainable metrics, links to essential regulations, and case studies
• Provides take-away checklist for tracking sustainable design projects
• Exhibits unparalleled user experience design for intuitive navigation
• Promotes use of energy efficient and environmentally preferable materials and systems in renovations, alterations, and leases
• Enhances skill sets to assess green leases and architect/design team deliverables
• Empowers decision-makers to make informed decisions and realize sustainable goals and objectives
• Supports green practices that can be used throughout the life of a Federal facility
New* Green Products Compilation: The Green Products Compilation (GPC) consolidates and organizes information from several federal green purchasing programs in one place, saving you from researching multiple web sites. It makes it easy to identify sustainable products and their associated guidance documents to facilitate green purchasing decisions. The GPC is now part of the Sustainable Facilities Tool.
To get started, visit sftool.org.
Take SFTool on the go! Get the SF Mobile app for your smartphone.