Featuring one of the few “net positive” facilities in New England, our eco-friendly campus was purpose-built to support our varied business interests, reflect our commitment to sustainability and provide a principled backdrop for likeminded people.
Built to promote our craft and protect the environment, our campus is so much more than where we work – it’s a living symbol of what we believe and our belief in this business. “Agencies” are rarely willing or able to make a lasting investment in “place”.
Voices of Promerica Health
I believe now is the time for community leaders to make the transition from talking about sustainability to building sustainability. Stephen M. Woods - President & CEO
One of the only “net positive” structures in New England, the “V-House” houses our Creative Team.
The campus is solar powered – we generate most of the energy required to sustain our operations.
We make on campus electric vehicle charging stations available to the general public, to help reduce our community’s carbon footprint.
We’ve already done the site work on incremental space to support our growth efforts, designed with green principles in mind.
Our future plans also include a greenhouse to nurture interest in sustainability, among our employees and for community use.
Our medical grade warehouse space provides storage and fulfillment solutions geared towards healthcare providers and medical manufacturers.
We offer a “radio quality” production studio to record and engineer podcasts, radio spots, video voiceovers, testimonial capture and more.
Featuring contemporary furniture and fixtures, with unique amenities (green space, fitness center, etc.), our offices reflect our work and way.
From green technologies to green space, our campus celebrates the healthy ethos central to Promerica Health’s mission and focus. Every year, our campus operations offset 127,672 lbs. of CO2, the equivalent of saving 13,598 trees, through:
Our “Viridescent Building” is one of the first net-positive structures in all of New England, generating more power than it uses. The Viridescent Building has been featured in numerous publications, including a Maine Home & Design magazine feature article.