G.W. Carver High School LEED Silver Certification0

Posted on June 19th, 2014 in Blog, News

G.W. Carver High School LEED Silver Certification

Earlier this year, George Washington Carver High School in Columbus, GA was awarded LEED® Silver certification for New Construction and Major Renovation in USGBC’s Leadership for Energy and Environmental Design Rating System. GSSTJ along with Commissioning & Green Building Solutions, Inc (CxGBS) incorporated low-emitting materials, individual lighting controls, mold prevention and optimized energy performance, among other strategies into the replacement High School design. The schools sits on a 22-acre site in Muscogee County and consists of a 2-story high school building designed for 1,250 students in grades 9-12. The building is designed to focus on the connection between student and teacher performance and the indoor environment. Features include a 660-seat performing arts theater, media center, gymnasium, state-of-the-art engineering technology, automotive technology, construction technology, vocational classrooms, labs, conference rooms, administrative offices, as well as baseball, softball and practice fields.

On June 16, 2014, GSSTJ & CxGBS presented a framed certificate to the school and board. Pictured here is our very own Keith Solomon with Principal Chris Lindsay (left) and Board Chair Rob Varner (right).

Certificate Presentation to School BoardHigh Res Certificate- SMALL3826-01


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