Our commitment to sustainable practices on every project is a testament to our knowledge and understanding of the LEED® Certification process. We strive to provide our clients with facilities that offer high performance, maximum economic benefits, and minimal environmental impact in regards to construction and operation. The following projects are examples of our commitment to sustainable practices.
Harley- Davidson Motor Company, Product Development Expansion – Wauwatosa, WI
LEED® v2.0 Certified – First in Wisconsin
- LEED® certification obtained at no added cost to the overall project budget.
- Construction Waste Management program that diverted 76% of all waste.
- Optimized Energy systems that exceeded code requirements by 25%.
Kettle Foods, Potato Chip Manufacturing Plant – Beloit, WI
LEED® v2.2 Gold Certified – First in Wisconsin
Healthy Indoor Air Quality by utilizing Green Seal products.
Renewable Energy Utilization – Wind Power.
Water Efficiency by diverting excess to facility restrooms.
Five acre Prairie Restoration.
Utilization of day lighting throughout the facility.
First Unitarian Society, Meeting House Expansion – Madison, WI
LEED® v2.2 Gold Certified
The building is mechanically-assisted natural ventilation system, geothermal system, and radiant/fresh air system are all designed to work together to achieve maximum thermal comfort and increase energy efficiency for the building.
Installed high-albedo and vegetated roof surface that aid in lowering the heat island effect and reduces the summer solar heat gain.
100% of electrical energy requirement for First Unitarian Society are through green power.