Pittsburgh, Pennsylania -- IDC Architects (IDCA), an architectural and engineering design firm, is the latest company to join the expanding EcoCommercial Building (ECB) Network of Bayer MaterialScience llc.
IDCA offers a full range of services, including planning, architecture, engineering, construction management and facility services that complement the existing structure of Bayer's ECB programme.
BMS said that, IDCA has a number of completed LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) projects under its belt, and is dedicated to ecological and sustainable practices.
"The addition of IDCA to our ECB Network leverages IDCA's experience in specifying construction materials," said Paul Platte, head, EcoCommercial Building Program, NAFTA, Bayer MaterialScience, in a company statement. "Furthermore, the design background that IDCA provides will enhance the offerings and capabilities of the ECB Network."
"IDCA is interested in participating in a network of like-minded professionals from all facets of the construction industry," said Tim Meier, president, IDC Architects, in BMS's statement. "We look forward to being involved in this innovative, collaborative approach to sustainable building."