The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) created the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards in the year 2000 as a way to differentiate high-performance green buildings from the traditional building stock. Each building that satisfied the LEED requirements would not only become more energy-efficient, durable, and safe but would also go on to earn a “LEED Certification” label for marketability purposes.The LEED AP (Accredited Professional) credential signifies an advanced depth of knowledge in green building practices.
CCC has a LEED Accredited Professional certified for new construction and has worked on LEED-certified projects where site sustainability and recycling of soil, concrete, rebar and asphalt is a requirement on the project.
I want to express my most sincere thanks to the project management team for their leadership and support throughout the Jamieson annex project. The CCC management staff was very professional and responsive to any of my or my staffs needs during this project. I can't speak highly enough for these employees working under the PBC and feel they should be recognized for their outstanding work.