Perkins+Will tops 150 LEED certifications
The architectural design firm’s portfolio includes 20 LEED Platinum certified facilities.
Thu, Oct 04 2012 at 2:00 PM
Photos: (c) Eduard Hueber/archphoto
Perkins+Will is a powerhouse in the green architectural design industry. The firm recently topped 150 LEED certifications, including 20 facilities that reached the highest level certification possible, LEED Platinum. The 150th certification was awarded to the Perkins+Will designed Gwinnett Medical Center Strickland Heart Center in Duluth, Georgia.
While 150 LEED certifications is a fantastic milestone, Perkins+Will has already reached 155 LEED certified designs and that figure is only going to continue to grow.
"Perkins+Will takes sustainable design very seriously," said Perkins+Will President and CEO Phil Harrison. "It's at the heart of everything we do, and LEED certification is just one marker of our commitment. We strive to go beyond what's currently accepted to create buildings that move the marker of what's considered sustainable forward."
LEED Platinum certified Perkins+Will designs include:
Perkins+Will’s 150th LEED certified facility earned LEED for Healthcare Silver certification from the USGBC. The building was designed using the Perkins+Will Precautionary List
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