Beach Office

Highlights on how the Virginia Beach Office is going green:

  • We have recycling at our office.
  • A couple people carpool to work a couple times a week.
  • We have a member in the Hampton Roads Green Building Council.
  • We usually try to leave green features in our specifications even when a building is not going for LEED certification.
  • Company-wide policy: 2 sided printing, turning off monitors, pursuing LEED accreditation, working on LEED projects. 

Good going Virginia Beach Office!!

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Raleigh Office

 

After certifying the first (and currently only) LEED schools in North Carolina, the Raleigh office has another two LEED Registered projects – and is actively pursuing more.  One of the more exciting prospects being pursued at Chapel Hill Elementary School 11 is a combination of solar thermal and photovoltaic panels designed to earn the LEED EA Credit 2 for On-site Renewable Energy – and hopefully take advantage of production incentives offered by Duke Energy and NC Green Power.

 

In addition to its LEED efforts, we are making a special effort to ensure that every RDC project goes through the Sustainability Checklists in Vision – as well as participating in local events such as the NC Sustainable Energy conference and USGBC Triangle Chapter workshops.  Our office is already geared up about Earth Day and hoping to see continued growth in green building during the coming year.