Marcus Hiles Starts Out Environmental Responsibility to Housing Developments

Marcus Hiles Starts Out Environmental Responsibility to Housing Developments
Marcus Hiles Starts Out Environmental Responsibility to Housing Developments

Hiles’ environmental aspiration extends far beyond the doors of the houses he builds. His team’s smart tree-planting initiatives increase the volume of a community’s tree canopy to exceed pre-development levels. “Each of the 3,000 trees we planted last year sequesters over 45 pounds of carbon dioxide and pollutants while releasing oxygen,” he states. At the same time, Hiles efforts to preserve existing arboreal treasures, such as the hundreds of 100-year-old oak trees that thrive in a designed park next to one Western Rim site. Marcus Hiles envision environmental responsibility as a reward for both community members and the planet. “Our bold goal is to lessen carbon emissions by more than 500,000 metric tons over the next decade,” he asserts. “In the process, we’ll deliver energy savings to our residents and create sustainable, livable communities.”

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