In accordance with the stringent criteria set forth by the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB), we meticulously report sustainability data based on a multifaceted evaluation framework encompassing pivotal dimensions:

  • Strategic Management: Our reporting framework encompasses a meticulous assessment of an entity’s strategic acumen, leadership ethos, policy formulation, process orchestration, risk mitigation strategies, and the judicious approach undertaken to engage stakeholders. This meticulous scrutiny is carried out utilizing data curated at the organizational echelon.
  • Operational Performance: A comprehensive analysis of an entity’s asset portfolio performance constitutes a cornerstone of our reporting process. Tailored to accommodate both corporate entities and funds with operational assets, this facet delves into the nuanced realm of performance indicators. These indicators encompass a spectrum of critical metrics, including but not limited to energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, water utilization, and waste management.
  • Progressive Development: We expound upon an entity’s conscientious endeavors to address ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) issues throughout the entire lifecycle of a building – spanning design, construction, and renovation phases. This dimension is ideally suited for entities embarking on new construction projects, where meticulous attention is vested in building design, site selection, construction methodologies, or entities undertaking substantial renovations. Our reporting methodology delves into the intricate fabric of these developmental undertakings, offering an insightful glimpse into the proactive strides taken towards ESG integration.

Our engagement with GRESB reporting stands as a testament to our unwavering commitment to transparency, sustainability, and best-in-class business practices. Through this meticulously curated reporting process, we provide stakeholders, investors, and partners with an astute comprehension of our strategic alignment with global ESG benchmarks. This, in turn, augments our contribution to an ecosystem that champions environmentally-conscious and socially-responsible paradigms within the real estate domain.


Assist with the ESG strategy to help in the process of completing the GRESB assessment to:

  • Align strategies with international frameworks
  • Identify availability data and future measures to establish a robust sustainability data
  • Recognize opportunities to reach higher scores based on GRESB scoring methodology
  • Determine valid evidence that support reported data
  • Conduct an easy and comprehensive reporting process


Conduct an ESG reporting covers the following steps:

  • Inspect each asset of the portfolio
  • Collect and analyze and aggregate consumption and generated data of the portfolio
  • Interview client
  • Conduct surveys and collect additional data with each property manager
  • Organize information and analyze data
  • Resolve questions about methodology and reporting process
  • Complete GRESB forms and questionaries


The deliverable of GRESB (Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark) reporting assistance is a comprehensive and meticulously crafted report that showcases a real estate organization’s sustainability performance and efforts. This report provides a detailed overview of the company’s environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives, highlighting key achievements, improvements, and future strategies. By leveraging the GRESB reporting framework, the deliverable demonstrates the company’s commitment to sustainability, transparency, and responsible business practices. It serves as a vital communication tool, allowing stakeholders, investors, and partners to gain insights into the company’s sustainability journey and its alignment with global ESG standards. Through GRESB reporting assistance, organizations can effectively communicate their sustainable practices, drive positive change, and contribute to a more environmentally and socially conscious real estate industry.