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Simply put, LEED® is an internationally recognized green building certification system that verifies that a building or community was designed and built using strategies that matter most: energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality and stewardship of resources.

But the proof is in every project we put our name on.

We actively participate in project registration and certification in accordance with the LEED® Green Building Rating System and encourage our employees to participate in environmental training programs and seek professional accreditation.

Our LEED® Gold projects:

Ford Heritage 2000 Visitors Center. Dearborn, Michigan.
Project value: $52 million.

Honda R & D Facility. Raymond, Ohio. First LEED® Gold Certified Project in the state of Ohio.
Project value: $315,000.

Chrysler South Engine Plant.Trenton, Michigan.
Project value: $69 million.

Toyota Engineering & Manufacturing North America. General Office.
Project value: $66 million.

Our LEED® Silver projects:

Tampa Bay History Center. Tampa Bay, Florida.
Project value: $16 million.

Lawrence Technological University, A. Alfred Taubman Student Services Center. Southfield, Michigan. Exemplified sustainable practice. Geothermal.
Project value: $12 million.

Walbridge World Headquarters. Detroit, Michigan.
Project value: $6 million.

Fort Bragg Vehicle Maintenance Complexes. First LEED® Silver certified project at Ft. Bragg.
Project value: $43 million.

Our LEED® Certified project:

Visteon Village. Van Buren, Michigan.
Project value: $194 million.