As both owner and operator, Hobbs Brook Management is committed to providing its tenants and their employees with a reliable and fully functional business environment.
Hobbs Brooks Collects 32,615 Pounds of E-Waste During On-Site Electronics Recycling Events
Hobbs Brook Management's Newest Class A Building Earls LEED Gold
275 Wyman Street Construction Updates: Additional blasting to occur 07/29-07/30
The pool at the Four Points by Sheraton Norwood is cleaned using ultraviolet technology instead of chlorine, resulting in fewer pool related odors and a higher elimination rate of bacteria and viruses.
The Turbo Ice Machine System, which is the primary component of thermal water storage, allows for a 40% reduction in peak hour energy consumption.
The existing 330,000 square foot building in Waltham, Massachusetts will be demolished and 90% of the steel, concrete and masonry will be recycled.
The two new buildings at 175-185 Wyman Street in Waltham, Massachusetts will utilize an existing underground water storage tank to capture stormwater runoff for irrigation purposes.
The project at 175-185 Wyman Street in Waltham, Massachusetts includes implementation of a green housekeeping program.
Green practices extend to include preferred parking for hybrid vehicles and car poolers at 175-185 Wyman Street in Waltham, Massachusetts, as well as making shower facilities available to encourage the use of bicycles as transportation.
Hobbs Brook Management is considering purchasing green power carbon offsets the two new buildings at 175-185 Wyman Street in Waltham, Massachusetts.