(SAVANNAH, Ga.) – The Kimberly Clark distribution center in Logan, NJ and the Green Building in Augusta, GA have both earned LEED certification. Trident Sustainability Group served as final LEED consultant on both projects.
The Kimberly Clark distribution center is a 599,000 sf office and distribution center in Logan, NJ, outside of Philadelphia, and earned LEED NC Silver Certification. The project is owned by DP Parters, who developed the Logistiport warehouses in Pooler. The Green Building, a historic building in downtown Augusta, GA, earned LEED NC Gold certification. Beacon Blue owns and occupies the building.
“It was exciting to be involved in two LEED projects that are on such different sizes and scales”, said Tommy Linstroth, Principal of Trident Sustainability Group. “Even with their geographic and proportional differences, both projects demonstrated significant improvements in energy and water efficiency, and both owners have shown a significant commitment to sustainable development.”
Trident Sustainability Group is a full-service sustainability and green building consulting firm that focuses on providing triple bottom line solutions to a diverse range of clients both locally and nationwide. Trident provides hands on guidance on green building design and construction and offers extensive development-based expertise to help clients achieve LEED certification for their projects. Trident also provides institutional sustainability services to organizations, from nonprofit and small business to municipalities and government agencies looking to decrease energy and water consumption, improve indoor air quality, and reduce their environmental footprint.