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Building Case Studies

One key element of the 2030 Districts model is to help buildings measure their resources use and then make changes to reduce their usage.  Below are a variety of case studies which exemplify how local Districts have worked closely with their members to make positive changes in buildings.


  • Burlington 2030 District Member Case Study: Main Street Landing – PDF
  • Burlington 2030 District Member Case Study: CCM Building at Champlain College – PDF

Program Case Studies

The local 2030 Districts all have programs aimed to help their members.  Below are links to several successful local programs:

Burlington PEP Program

Customized Property Energy Plans (PEPs) – This customized property report includes an energy benchmark for each property, a summary of findings, and a roadmap addressing opportunities for property owners/managers to meet building energy reduction performance goals. A customized PEP will help owners make informed investment decisions – link to Burlington page on the program

Cincinnati Healthy Building District

This innovative model, created by the Cincinnati 2030 District, focuses on regional health needs and promotes healthy behaviors and building performance to address chronic disease. In collaboration with the International WELL Building Institute, and using the local Community Health Needs Assessment, this program uses the building blocks of the WELL Building Standard, fine-tuned to the unique health needs of the Greater Cincinnati community – link to Cincinnati page on the program

2030 Districts Network