Access to education, data, news and views, research, updates on green building rating systems, code and more – this is all central to Missouri Gateway Green Building Council’s efforts to make every building a green building.

Local Green Building Projects



St. Louis, MO MilliporeSigma Lowers Energy Consumption with lighting and HVAC updates PROJECT BACKGROUND This branch office of MilliporeSigma, located on Spruce near Midtown, contains a data center, food service and lab production areas, and office space. They have...

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Flance Early Learning Center

Flance Early Learning Center

St. Louis, MO Nurturing the Young as a Catalyst for Healthy Communities Founded with the desire that all children have the best possible start in life, regardless of their families’ socioeconomic development, Flance Early Learning Center addresses healthy development...

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Green Buildings within Missouri Gateway
GBC’s Territory

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Our member directory is free and open to the public. 

“I am committed to making our community, our region, our world a better place for my family, friends, and our neighbors. Green building is the way to get there (as an architect) and that is why I am a Missouri Gateway Green Building Council member.”

Mary Ann Lazarus

FAIA LEED Fellow, Architect and Consultant, Cameron MacAllister Group, Sustainability Program Coordinator, University College Washington University in St. Louis


Green building rating systems provide a pathyway to greener, better buildings. We know there are a lot of rating systems out there. Get started learning more here!

Earn a Green Credential.

Like green building rating systems – there are a lot of options out there for green credentials. From LEED Green Associate and LEED Accredited Professional to TRUE Advisors, green professional credentials indicate that you are proficient in today’s sustainable design, construction and operations standards.

Get educated on green buildings.

The exchange of information is a regular, ongoing feature of Missouri Gateway Green Building Council activities. Whether learning about LEED, WELL, Living Buildings or Passive Homes, discussing equity in the built environment, taking actions beyond commitments, or advocating for the health and vitality of all life within a generation. 

Do you need help with benchmarking or energy efficiency in your building?

Visit our partners at Building Energy Exchange St. Louis. BE-Ex STL is the trusted technical, financial, and business development resource that can help you get to net-zero in a way that makes sense for your bottom line.

We’ve got all the resources you need. 

We’re talking the talk.

Over the year’s we’ve given all sorts of green building presentations – from Green Building 101 to Making the Business Case for Sustainable Design and Construction and LEED education series. If you need a presentation, a panelist or a moderator – we know green! 

To become a speaker, email us with your credentials and tell us what your specialty is.