LEED Certification obtained by:
The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building rating system was developed by the United States Green Building Council in Washington, DC. This non-profit association was created to promote the advancement of design and construction practices, which will increase profitability and sustainability, while reducing the negative environmental impacts of the building industry and creating healthier work and living environments.
PCG has collaborated and completed (2) LEED Silver Design-Build Projects for the U.S. Corp of Engineers through our Joint Venture Agreement with SoCo Contracting. These include the CID Building located at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky and the BRAC Milcon Relocation to B839 at Ft. Gillem, Georgia. (Due to the nature of these projects and per the owner's request, no photos are available).
SoCo-Piedmont is currently working on a new LEED Silver Project for the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers for the new U.S. Army Reserve Center at Winder, Georgia. This project will be completed in February 2012, and will be certified in 2012.
As citizens of the world, environmental stewardship is not to be taken lightly. We salute our staff, our subcontractors, architects and engineers who strive for the same goal, and we challenge those around us to follow this path of creating earth-friendly, sustainable projects.
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