Back in the 1920s, Wolin's founder and namesake, Melvin “Mubbs” Wolin, was a strong believer in sustainability. Of course, thinking green had never occurred to him. To Mubbs, a sustainable building was one meant to last forever, if possible. It meant quality.
Today, "sustainability" still means quality to Wolin, on every level. It means creating environments that support all the needs of the client long after a project has been completed. It means gathering and providing the right information to make accurate assessments of a project's lifetime cost. And it means integrating more solar energy, wind energy and geothermal energy into projects to protect clients from relying solely on finite and increasingly expensive energy sources.