Planet People Profit Impact (PPPI) Analysis

Maximizing the Value of our Environmental, Human, and Financial, Capital.

Our Planet People Profit Impact (PPPI) Analysis of a building, its site, and connected community allows McMac CX to quantify in dollar value the building’s design, construction, and operational triple bottom line impacts.  This information is used to evaluate the correct mix of proven-sustainable-best-practices that should be deployed to optimize the environmental, human, and financial cost benefits desired.  Our PPPI analysis can be customized to detail outputs that directly support Build Owner’s and Building Tenant Business’ Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) initiatives and /or a building's ability to maximize a Tenant's health and business prosperity.

 

    Our detailed PPPI analysis documents:

  • AIA Ethics due diligence, and

  • SEC / ESG due diligence

 

    Our PPPI analysis details pathways for investments in:

  • Increased Employee Acquisition and Retention,

  • Increased Productivity,

  • Reduced Employee Health Costs,

  • Decreased Absenteeism,

  • Decreased Operational Carbon Costs & Emissions,

  • Decreased Water Usage,

  • Decreased Building Cost Burden to the Community of:

    • Grid Emissions of Air Pollution (CACs),

    • Water Scarcity Impacts,

    • Biodiversity

 

Our Planet People Profit Impact (PPPI) Analysis utilizes our advanced Triple Bottom Line Cost Benefit Analysis (TBL-CBA) and Modeling* software to evaluate Building and Site alternatives with respect to Human, environmental, and financial monetary cost benefits.  In addition to advanced building science expertise our evaluation utilizes:

  • Real-time indoor environmental quality (IEQ) monitoring devices to independently verify building capabilities, and

  • Facility Team evaluation modeled on the Global ProFM Standard and other Proven Best Practices recognized internationally for Healthy, Sustainable and Prosperous Buildings and Communities.

 

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*This service qualifies for two (2) potential LEED Pilot Credits, documents AIA mandatory Ethics requirements for disclosing Environmental Impact to Clients of Design alternatives, and confirms design meets AIA 2030 Challenge commitments.