Where some see buildings, we see opportunities for a more sustainable financial future for your business and for our global community.  We are problem-solvers first – whether we are negotiating product and labor contracts, implementing national program roll-outs, or helping a local nonprofit in our Rockville, MD community, our approach is one of true partnership.

Our white-glove service, turnkey solutions, and transparent communication give our clients peace of mind when working through major decisions and significant transitions. We provide options, weigh alternatives, push back when needed, and ultimately implement programs that fit your needs, not the other way around. 

Our goal is to empower your team and prepare your organization for a new phase of sustainability and permanent financial savings.

Though we are experts in sustainable lighting, our team’s competencies combine decades of experience in real estate development and construction, sustainable energy solutions, entrepreneurship, engineering, finance, and professional project management.

As a part of our commitment to global communities, we illuminate more than buildings.  

Our support for Concussion Legacy Foundation helps shine a spotlight on the concussion crisis, in order to help soldiers, veterans, and athletes reach their full potential on and off the field.

We kindle the advancement of artist-driven projects with our support of Washington Project for the Arts.

We enlighten our local community to those among us needing assistance in times of personal crisis with our sponsorship of Stepping Stones Shelter.

Our relationships with these organizations are long-term commitments that are part of our team’s tradition and purpose, and we are honored to participate in their advancement.

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Concussion Legacy Foundation

Washington Project for the Arts

Stepping Stones Shelter


Marnie L. Abramson, MBA, MS, LEED AP

Marnie is a Principal and Founding Partner of Lightility and is dedicated to helping organizations of all sizes and industries adopt ROI-driven energy savings solutions. She brings decades of experience in real estate development and commitment to socially responsible, environmentally conscious buildings and communities. Marnie is also a founding partner and former instructor at The Institute of Real Estate Executive Education (R3 Institute), which is now a part of George Mason University’s School of Management Executive Education program.