The Gardner Commitment

One of our main objectives for every project is to design buildings that minimize environmental impact. We use the latest construction technology and materials to create aesthetically pleasing structures with reduced carbon footprints.

Current Practices

Superfund Sites

By developing at Superfund sites, Gardner Boyer produces positive economic and social outcomes in the communities in which they are located. We are proud to give new life to underused areas for commerce, housing, and recreation.

Green Certifications

Clean Energy

Transit Oriented Development


Gardner handled the entire project with ease and utter professionalism. From the way they answered the phone to every onsite walk-through, they were just amazing!

James Horn, Adobe CFO

Here, purpose comes before plans. We invite you to share your vision with us.

Emerging Areas of Interest

Mass Timber

Buildings are currently responsible for 39% of global energy-related carbon emissions. Embodied carbon, the carbon used to produce building materials, accounts for 11% and most of it is related to the use of concrete and steel.  Mass timber stores carbon and is less energy intensive to manufacture. We are proud to be building the first mass timber office building in Utah.


Utah is the third driest state but uses the most public supply water per capita of any state in the nation. We are experiencing one of the worst droughts in decades, but droughts don’t cause water shortages, people do.  We are all responsible for rethinking how we use water. At Gardner, we are converting existing water-intensive landscaping to low water use plants, planning new projects with water-wise landscaping, installing low water use plumbing fixtures, and working with tenants to find ways of saving water together.

Gardner Green Certifications


Sustainability Resources

Video: Launch of the Utah Climate and Clean Air Compact with Remarks by Thomas Friedman