We believe in the creation of future generations that will develop a more intrinsic and holistic attitude in the care of the environment and our planet.

As master planners, architects and designers, our team inherently designs projects with sustainable considerations in mind accounting both for passive and active solar methodologies. This includes the application of the latest renewable technologies to satisfy the Client's specific goals and objectives in energy efficient buildings and developments.

While general developments focus on economic growth, a sustainable development also works with the protection of environmental quality and the improvement of user experience. Our goal is to create sustainable developments that ultimately do not diminish the prospects for future generations to enjoy a great natural environment and a great quality of life.

In emerging economies, our interest in developing sustainable design projects is to raise the awareness of sustainable concepts through education and showing the community the value in supporting these concepts. We believe that the concept of sustainability is as important as the concept of human sustainability and where communities need to implement programs to teach their future generations what we have learned today in preserving the environment.

Strategic Alliances

In conjunction with our Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certified staff and in order to expand our sustainable focus for projects in tropical and sub-tropical climates, Quantum-AIP has created a strategic team alliance with RMA Architects, P.S.C. in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

With over 30 years of professional practice in architecture, interiors, planning and in the construction disciplines, Jeannette Rullan, President and Principal Architect of RMA, is a seasoned professional specialized in sustainable sites, indoor air quality, uses of water efficiency, on-site treatment systems, brownfield developments and in the application of other extensive site and building sustainable methodologies. A former AIA Honor Award winner with major experience in project types for local and the U.S. Federal Government, she was the recipient of the 2006 U.S. Department of Agriculture Women-Owned Business of the Year. Most recently, Ms. Rullan was the president of the U.S. Green Building Council's Caribbean Chapter in both 2008 and 2009.

Quantum-AIP's and RMA's LEED accredited professionals will jointly ensure the integration of sustainable design practices, innovation in building technology, and LEED certification.