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LEED Corporate Experience
Nason Construction is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council's local chapter and is committed to promoting sustainable and environmentally responsible construction methods. Our goal is to help our clients gain a competitive advantage by operating more energy efficient and cost effective facilities that are healthier places to live and work.
Nason employs several LEED Accredited Professionals, including
• Chris Zobel, Project Manager
• David Gehringer, Preconstruction Manager
• Robin Tama, Estimator
We are very familiar with sustainable design features that are incorporated into green buildings. We are currently working on LEED version 2.2 for New Construction and Renovations and have begun evaluating LEED 3.0 (2009) and the various updates including additional water use reductions and regionalization credits.
LEED and Sustainable Projects
The projects listed below are LEED and Sustainable projects that Nason construction has completed or are currently under construction.
Non-Medical Biological-Chemical Facility
Nason is also working on a $22 million Non-Medical Biological-Chemical Facility for the Corps of Engineers in Aberdeen, Maryland. This 75,000 s.f. project is registered for LEED Silver and designed to LEED Gold standards, and includes features such as maximizing daylighting, water efficient fixtures, enhanced commissioning, regional materials with high recycled content, and lighting and thermal controls including outdoor air monitoring. This project will be delivered as a design-build project.
Many other projects Nason is working on incorporate sustainable design features into their design, even though they are not pursuing LEED Certification. Examples are the Salisbury Armory project for the Maryland National Guard which was designed to LEED certifiable Silver standards. Green features include the use of recycled building materials such as ceiling tiles, carpet and wood products and daylighting strategies with skylights in the large work bays. Nason is also working at the Kent County Courthouse project in Dover, Delaware and the recently completed Helen F. Graham Cancer Center at Christiana Hospital in Newark, Delaware, where green roofs have been installed and extensive construction waste management programs have been implemented to divert waste materials from landfills.