In the past, commercial construction hasn’t always been considered environmentally friendly regardless of if you are looking at construction techniques or finished building projects. Recently, Adam Tullos, Project Manager in Conway, Arkansas, passed the Green Advantage exam helping Nabholz Construction prove the stereotype wrong by pushing the number of Green Advantage Certified Practitioners in the company to over 90.
“Our commitment to sustainability and the Green Advantage Program is one of our core business principles. That commitment not only benefits the health and well-being of our staff members and reduces our impact on the environment, but creates economic value for each of our clients and the communities we serve” said Bill Hannah, CEO of Nabholz Construction Services.
Green Advantage training is simply one of the ways Nabholz Construction Services continues to serve as industry leaders in sustainability, high-performance and green-focused commercial building. Green Advantage is recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green building certification program. It is also recognized for the ABC Green Contractor Program and for AIA/CES Sustainable Design Credits.
A properly designed, planned and built commercial building that focuses on sustainability has become the default option for schools, hospitals, education institutions and responsible public corporations. It offers energy efficiency, reduced operation costs, lower environmental impact, and improved indoor environmental quality,
Nabholz Construction Services practices sustainable strategies on building projects in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Contact Nabholz Construction to find out how your next project and community will benefit from sustainable construction, Green Advantage or through earning green building ratings through LEED and Green Globe. 877-688-4653