SK Collaborative provides green building certification and consulting services throughout the US and Internationally. Please review some of our current and completed projects.

This new home was designed to both fit seamlessly into this beautiful historic district and meet the highest standards of energy efficiency and sustainability.  Designed by Thomas Bateman Hood Architects, and built and owned by SK Collaborative... Read More

Broadstone Bull City is a 342 unit apartment development in Durham, NC.  Located near the Durham Bulls minor leage baseball park, businesses, and entertainment venues, this project will add much needed housing to this growing area.

This tenant fit out of an existing retail space to a new Veterans Affairs clinic will be certified under the Green Globes program for Sustainable Interiors. 

Quest Community Redevelopment Organization is expanding their footprint of affordable and supporting housing on the west side of Atlanta with the construction of Quest Commons.  This 53 unit apartment project will provide affordable comfortable, efficient, and healthy housing and help create a... Read More

This new 206 unit multifamily project will be certified to National Green Building Standard requirements to meet the City of Chamblee green building requirements.  Continuing the trend of creating increased density and mixed uses near walking and mass transity, this project will provide much... Read More

This 106 unit mixed income development replaced the old Booker T Washington apartments near downtown Columbus, GA.  Rental rates are based on income with some units at market rate and others on a sliding scale.  This project was supported by Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits which allow... Read More

SK Collaborative created a custom green building certification program for the builders at Pinewood Forrest.  Taking the key components from existing certifications, and simplifying the process into a list of requirements allows the project teams to create sustainable homes that perform well... Read More