Clarion's portfolio is massive, so GRESB presents the herculean task of assembling accurate data for hundreds of buildings.
Measurabl pulled energy and water data directly from their utilities, cutting Clarion's time investment 5x, and improving their score across the board.
"Reporting was much easier with Measurabl. We will definitely use it again."
As an opportunistic fund manager, CBRE Global Investors buys and sells buildings frequently, compounding the task of reporting consistent data.
Measurabl's monthly Response Checks ensured CBRE Global Investors' reports are on track and error free, leading to another Green Star performance.
"Measurabl has dramatically cut down our time investment and improved the quality of our reports."
Sustainability was becoming a priority for residents and a big differentiator for Gables.
Using Measurabl, Gables seized the momentum. They've since led their sector 2 years in a row and earned GRESB's Green Star in 2014 and 2015.
"It's a huge benefit to have our data accurately maintained and up to-date year round."
National Real Estate Advisors was expanding its portfolio and wanted to attract larger investors. Sustainability was a necessary part of that effort.
Measurabl established an investment-grade data management and reporting infrastructure. The next year National enjoyed huge gains on GRESB, earning a Green Star.
"National’s efforts to position our sustainability program as an industry leader have been buttressed by Measurabl’s comprehensive reporting, highlighting our significant year-over year improvement against GRESB benchmarking and pointing to areas where we intend to concentrate further attention."
AvalonBay is a S&P 500 company whose investors and stakeholders demand a high level of accountability around environmental, social and governance practices.
Using Measurabl made AvalonBay's sustainability reporting scalable and consistent, so investors could always trust the accuracy of reported data.
"Our partnership with Measurabl brings tangible value to our efforts to transparently report environmental and social progress at AvalonBay."