The First Zero Energy, WELL Certified School
CMTA is a national pioneer in the development of Zero Energy buildings, having engineered more than 9 Million square feet of Zero Energy / Zero Carbon projects across the country. In 2010, Richardsville Elementary was introduced as the first Zero Energy school in the United States, annually generating more energy than it consumes.
Our Zero Energy design philosophy is simple: first achieve drastic energy results, then consider options for renewable energy.
This strategy allows smaller renewable power systems to be installed, and is the basis for creating financial models that are worth the clients' investment.