Our Mission: Use the collective power of Bay Area general contractors to catalyze action towards net-zero-impact construction and inspire industry peers to commit to market transformation for a thriving and sustainable future.
What We Do
We use our combined knowledge, resources, experience and relationships to move the Bay Area construction industry away from unsustainable practices and to accelerate market transformation toward positive solutions. We use our role and influence in a relatively traditional industry to ask tough questions, push the status quo, and share unique solutions to drive change.
Our focus areas include the following:
Tools & Resources
1. We have more to gain from working together. We commit to pooling our knowledge and collective power to have a greater impact. We are committed to educating ourselves so our actions are informed.
2. We work in partnership with the industry to develop solutions. We identify and invite willing and like-minded commercial general contractors to inform our focus areas.
3. We are purpose-driven and business-minded. We are driven to achieve net zero-impact construction, but we recognize that we must also present a compelling business case to our companies and clients.
4. We will maintain an attitude of integrity, transparency, and inclusivity. We recognize that collective power and action is attainable when our group is united.
Who We Are
Our collective consists of sustainability representatives from the following leading Bay Area general contractors:
Alejandra Arce Gomez
GCI General Contractors
Sustainability Integration Manager
Sr. Field Engineer
Level 10 Construction
Asst. Sustainability Manager
Sr. Project Engineer
Assoc. Sustainability Manager
Director of Sustainability
Corporate Sustainability Manager
Project Manager, Sustainability & ESG
"We’ve been working with Sustainable Construction Leaders nationwide, and the Bay Area group is a beacon for the rest of us. They’ve done an amazing job prioritizing the opportunities in this market and then rolling up their sleeves and getting sh*t done."