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Cadmus

Cadmus specializes in solving problems in water, energy, social marketing/market transformation, health policy/communications, green buildings, international development and fostering corporate social responsibility that demand innovative, multidisciplinary thinking and a vast array of research and analytical services. For each client, we customize our approach to best meet the client's goals and assemble the right team from our staff, as well as from our extensive stable of subcontractors, to get the job done. Our team can assist building owners and managers, local government agencies, and other stakeholders respond to all aspects of new building energy reporting and benchmarking requirements including reporting utility billing data, analyzing opportunities to reduce energy consumption, and implementing efficiency improvements. Cadmus experts include scientists; engineers; statisticians; economists; MBAs; marketing, public relations, and communications professionals; attorneys; information technology specialists; and public policy analysts. Our subcontractors include leading advertising agencies, public relations firms, and specialized consulting firms.

Energy Star Partner

Key contacts

Hossein Haeri
Vice President, Energy Services
hossein.haeri@cadmusgroup.com
Allen Lee
Executive Director, Energy Services
5034677127
allen.lee@cadmusgroup.com
Karen Horkitz
Vice President, Energy Services
(503) 467-7169
karen.hokitz@cadmusgroup.com
Charlie Bicknell
Vice President, Energy Services
charles.bicknell@cadmusgroup.com
Dave Korn
Vice President, Energy Services
dave.korn@cadmusgroup.com

Offices

Portland office
(503) 467-7100
Fax: (503) 228-3696
720 SW Washington St., Suite 400
Portland, OR 97205
Boston headquarters
(617) 673-7000
Fax: (617) 673-7001
100 Fifth Avenue, Suite 100
Waltham, MA 02451

Member Case Study

Researching the Impact of Innovative Sustainable Technologies in Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon established its Green Investment Fund (GIF) in 2005 to provide financial incentives for the adoption of innovative technologies in energy efficiency, renewable energy, water conservation, stormwater management, and green building materials. The GIF was intended to demonstrate green building in an array of project types; to highlight the most innovative, regionally appropriate practices and technologies; and to support publicly valuable green building projects. The Challenge... Read more ...

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