Innovation and sustainability are important facets of BCI’s business model of fostering a culture of continuous improvement. Through adaptability and vision, we are able to develop and embrace emerging technologies and processes in our industry.

We believe in utilizing our technical expertise to create a healthy, prosperous and sustainable future for our people, clients and the environment. The BCI team has worked to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certifications for multiple projects.

Solar Panels on Carpenter's Training Center

In the United States, buildings account for:

of all CO2 emissions*
of all potable water
(15 trillion gallons/year)*
of electricity consumption*

LEED projects are responsible for diverting over 80 million tons of waste from landfills. Compared to the average commercial building, LEED Gold buildings consume a quarter less energy and generate 34% lower greenhouse gas emissions.*

*Data from U.S. Green Building Council (

Brandywine Contractors Inc. strives to introduce innovation across the nine basic areas that address key aspects of green buildings:

  • Integrative process
  • Location and transportation
  • Sustainable sites
  • Water efficiency
  • Energy and atmosphere
  • Materials and resources
  • Indoor environmental quality
  • Innovation
  • Regional priority