Vertegy Develops More Than Just Buildings

Jan. 16, 2007

St. Louis – Vertegy, a St. Louis-based enterprise specializing in consulting services for clients seeking to develop green and sustainable facilities, has launched its new Web site:

The easy-to-navigate site allows visitors to learn more about Vertegy’s consulting services and view recent and upcoming projects, while the design’s clean and solid look echoes Vertegy’s core values.

The Web site features several sections that deliver concise and valuable information to the public. Visitors can click on “about” to learn more on Vertegy’s history and objectives. The “services” tab lists specific consulting options offered, while the “projects” option showcases photos and information on both current and completed sustainable projects. By clicking on “learning center,” visitors will find links to recent press releases, publications that have featured Vertegy and its projects and information on previous and upcoming industry events where the Vertegy team often presents to spread their passion for sustainable design and construction. Team bios and contact information can also be found on the site.

To learn more about Vertegy, call (314) 733-2666 or visit

Founded in February 2005, Vertegy provides clients with design, procurement and construction consulting services for green and sustainable facilities. Vertegy’s primary focus is to serve clients who seek LEED certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. Vertegy—which is derived from combining the Latin root for green and strategy—is based in St. Louis at the new LEED Platinum certified Alberici headquarters. For more information, call (314) 733-2666.

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