Dr. Phillips Charities Headquarters Building receives LEED Silver

The building incorporates sustainable design features, environmentally-friendly building products, energy efficient systems, and environmentally sensitive construction practices.

The new Dr. Phillips Charities building received LEED Silver certification from
The new Dr. Phillips Charities building received LEED Silver certification from the USGBC.
July 17, 2012

The newly-opened headquarters of Dr. Phillips Charities, a 20,000-sf Mediterranean-style facility designed by SchenkelShultz Architecture, received LEED Silver certification from the USGBC.

The building incorporates sustainable design features, environmentally-friendly building products, energy efficient systems, and environmentally sensitive construction practices. Located in the heart of the community that bears its name, the two-story building houses the charities’ real estate and grant divisions, as well as its purchasing and accounting departments.

Brasfield & Gorrie served as construction manager for the project. +

         
 

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