Robert Marshall Building earns LEED Silver
The Robert Marshall Building, the LSI-designed headquarters for the Copper River Native Association, has been awarded LEED Silver certification by the US Green Building Council. LEED – the Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design – is a green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building design strategies and practices. The process of LEED certification begins at project conception and carries through to post-construction activities that measure and analyze actual building performance – a process that took nearly five full years in the case of the Robert Marshall Building. Certification by the USGBC indicates that a project’s use and implementation of sustainable design strategies has been evaluated and verified.
With LEED Accredited Professionals and LEED Green Associates on staff, Livingston Slone is dedicated to designing energy efficient, sustainable, high performance buildings that meet the needs of our clients and demands of our climate.