Through our unique design/build approach, integrated design/assist delivery, and building information modeling (BIM), McKenney’s has helped many organizations achieve LEED® certification for a wide range of building types. Since 2004 and our first LEED-certified project at the Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center at Callaway Gardens, we’ve made a commitment to environmental stewardship, helping many buildings achieve LEED certification from the basic “Certified” level to the coveted Platinum level.
In addition to our own Atlanta campus achieving LEED Gold, McKenney’s was awarded the 2011 LEED Showcase Award in the “Beyond LEED” category by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. We are dedicated to green building practices and take pride in helping our customers build, retrofit, control, and maintain building systems to improve energy efficiency and conserve natural resources.
Pictured is Duke Energy Center, the first and largest certified project to require all tenants to pursue LEED CI certification in the U.S.
A Greener Hospital by Design
McKenney's is building a wide range of energy-efficient mechanical systems using green practices for the 325,000-square-foot medical center in Braselton.