Wounded Warrior Barracks earns LEED Platinum
“One of the most remarkable features about this project was the way the LEED rating system was utilized. The project team prioritized the features of greatest importance to the building’s future tenants such as indoor air quality and natural daylighting. The end result is a building that is more healthy, comfortable and peaceful – all of which can help these Marines and sailors rehabilitate and heal. The project team put people at the center of its decisions, which is precisely the way LEED was intended to be used.” Source: Balfour Beatty
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