LEED Accreditation

About Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

In 1998, The U.S. Green Building Council created the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System. This system provides a set of standards to follow when constructing environmentally sustainable buildings. This criteria is publicly reviewed by the membership organizations of the USGBC, and if all standards are met, that building then becomes LEED-certified. Individuals may take an accreditation exam, and if they pass, they are considered an Accredited Professional (AP).

We welcome the opportunity to become a member of your LEED team and assist you in getting your building certified, gold, silver or platinum.

See our projects at UT Strong Hall, Franklin Woods Hospital and Scripps Networks.

Why should your company consider a LEED-certified building?

  • Lower operating costs and an increased asset value (2.5 year average payback)
  • A financially sound investment as green building popularity increases
  • Tax rebates, zoning allowances and other incentives in many places
  • A healthier work environment = employee health and comfort = higher productivity
  • The conservation of energy and water
  • A reduction of waste sent to landfills
  • A reduction of harmful greenhouse gas emissions
  • It shows commitment to environmental stewardship and social responsibility


LEED projects our company has worked on:

Project CompleteCompleteRatingSq. Ft.GC
La-Z-Boy05/18Silver70,000Rudolph Libbe
UT Strong Hall Science Lab10/17Silver268,000Rentenbach/Messer
Clayton Homes8/16Silver32,000Joseph
Joint Institute for Advanced Materials04/16Silver140,000Blaine
Franklin Woods Community Hospital2/10Silver250,000Skanska
Scripps Networks HQ Expansion2/10Gold155,000Blaine
Oak Ridge High School8/09Gold240,000Messer
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