Regenerative Design Group

Why Regenerative Design

We use our Regenerative Design services to establish and guide a project vision.

It is a robust toolkit available to optimize building performance, sustainability, and occupant satisfaction. It helps provide an understanding to the interactions and connections between the architectural design and building systems.

This is critical to make the invisible, visible because new solutions only become possible with a dynamic, data-driven approach and teamwork.

Reach out to our office leads to find out more:

Thought Leadership

Regenerative Design Group | Bush School | Seattle, WA | Analysis to better impact design and operations


Our team is on the forefront of innovation and applying solutions that go beyond sustainable certification requirements.

Explore our theory and data analysis applied to built projects around the nation in our brochure that details more of our process and several case studies.

Regenerative Design Group | Annual Greenbuild Conference Presentation | Analysis to better impact design and operations


A key concept of regenerative design is looking at performance through time. Traditional engineering takes a few snapshots in time and establishes sizing. Instead, we look at performance through an entire year–8,760 hours–and, as a result, allows us to create much better designs.

Reach out to us to schedule a presentation at your office, and in the meantime, read some of these publications on the subject:

Regenerative Design Group | State Agencies | Analysis to better impact design and operations

Policy designs

We influence and help create policy for state agencies and utilities. We have implemented prime projects as much as stakeholder engagement with the community, public utilities, and government committees.

We submit prime proposals to requests for building performance analysis and more to utilities and state energy officials. Once the project is won, PAE can take on the many regenerative designs and analysis alongisde stakeholder engagement such as garning public buy-in and running those public meetings.