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Group14 Engineering is a 60+ person, Denver-based consulting firm committed to improving the energy and resource efficiency of buildings. We are a recognized authority in sustainable design and energy efficiency, building commissioning, and LEED project management. We offer a unique combination of energy design assistance, commissioning of new and existing facilities, and ongoing monitoring of buildings with advanced software analytics.
Group14 was established in 1992 and is headquartered at 1325 E. 16th Avenue in Denver, Colorado, with projects across the United States. Group14’s suite of services offers resource efficiency solutions across the life-cycle of a building portfolio. Our expertise in all stages of built environment projects – master planning, LEED consulting, energy design assistance, commissioning, measurement and verification, and existing building optimization – informs a strategic approach to integrated service delivery.
Business Certifications: Group14 is certified Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) and Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) with WBENC. Sustainability is at the core of everything we do; we are a LEED Proven Provider, a B-Corp, a JUST organization, and a Public Benefit Corporation.
These certifications continually drive us to positively impact our workforce, the environment, and our community. Our mission is to transform the built environment to realize a more resilient future.
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