A Leader in Sustainable Development
T. Wall is at the forefront of sustainable practices and energy efficiency.
- Built the first private office building using geothermal heating and cooling.
- First real estate developer to perform energy audits in office buildings and install waterless urinals, high efficiency lighting, and a heat recapture system.
- Only developer to win the Governor’s Award for sustainability in energy efficiency.
- First property developer (Community of Bishops Bay) to work with the Clean Lakes Alliance, to implement a unique and sustainable method to handle farm storm water runoff and erosion to Lake Mendota.
- Received grants from focus on energy for the purpose of partially funding a sustainability engineer since the company spent considerable time and effort advising Focus on Energy as to how to implement energy efficiency programs.
- First real estate developer to install a special stormwater runoff capture system to prevent phosphates from entering nearby Dorn Creek.
- First property developer to install electric car re-charging stations.
- First developer to install solar arrays and now has the largest solar array atop a multi-family building in Wisconsin.
- First developer to provide enclosed, heated, secure bicycle storage.
- First real estate developer to retain 100% of all stormwater on-site, re-stocking underground aquifers.
- Created the first sustainable development course in the U.S. at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
- Only real estate developer to win Friend of the Environment from WMC.
T. Wall Enterprises has been honored with many awards throughout the years.
For partnering with Dane County and the Clean Lakes Alliance, an organization devoted to improving the water quality of the lakes, streams, and wetlands of the Yahara River watershed. With the help of Clean Lakes Alliance, T. Wall Enterprises has worked to preserve and improve water through environmentally conscience development practices, specifically by building additional stormwater detention ponds to prevent minerals and phosphates from entering Dorn Creek and the Yahara River Watershed.
Renewable Energy Recognition from the Mayor and Common Council – Madison, WI
Wall Enterprises is honored to be the first developer of a multi-family property to receive this recognition.
One of our properties, Veritas Village has completed one of the largest solar installations in the state of Wisconsin for a multi-family property. The 187kWdc solar array of 704 panels will offset 65% of the common area electrical requirement at Veritas Village, a 189-unit multi-family development on N. Livingston Street.
In addition, T. Wall Enterprises has contracted with SunPeak to complete 5 additional solar installations — for a total of 1,892 more solar panels on other existing developments. These developments include: Wingra Point Residence in Madison, WI; Tribeca Village 1 and Tribeca Village 3 in Middleton, WI; Middleton Center 1 and Middleton Center 3, in Middleton, WI.
Received the Wisconsin Business Friend of the Environment – Environmental Stewardship Award for landscape conservation, energy efficiency measures, an efficient use of construction materials, water conservation, and recycling measures.
Governor’s Award in Energy Efficiency – Madison, WI
For being the first and only development company to ever receive the award. This award recognizes outstanding efforts towards being environmentally conscience.
Madison Gas & Electric – Madison, WI
For becoming the beta test site for installing electric car charging stations in multi-family properties, making it the first apartment building to include car chargers in the entire Midwest.
Veritas Village LLC – Madison, WI
For featuring the largest solar panel usage on a multi-family building in the state of Wisconsin, and the largest solar panel installation in downtown Madison.
RENEW Wisconsin – Madison, WI
For receiving the Renewable Energy Champion Award for their support of renewable energy. As of June 2018, T. Wall Enterprises has put in place more solar capacity than any other developer of multifamily dwellings active in Wisconsin.
Terrence Wall, President of T. Wall Enterprises, created the first sustainable real estate development course at a university in the United States.