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Savannah Podcasts Interview with TSG Principal Tommy Linstroth

August 8, 2014

Orlando Montoya of Savannah Podcast recently sat down with TSG Principal Tommy Linstroth. Listen to the podcast here, or read about it in this week’s Connect Savannah! 

TSG Project Featured in Brazilian Publication

July 25, 2014

Trident Sustainability Group’s LEED for Homes Platinum project, 306 W Waldburg St, has been featured in Brazilian magazine Construir. If you’re up on your Portuguese, take a look!

 

Capa Construir

An Integrated Team Achieves Sustainability Without A Surcharge

January 29, 2014

306 W Waldburg featured in Greensource! Read the article here.

What Your Company Needs in a Sustainability Strategy

December 4, 2013

Originally posted on the Creative Coast website – click here to read the original article.

 

We are fortunate to have worked with a number of folks in the Savannah area, from nonprofits to municipalities to Fortune 1000 companies – helping them craft sustainability strategies that are part of their overall business or operational strategy. Read more

Local Savannah entrepreneur launches innovative Green Badger mobile LEED App Tommy Linstroth of Trident Sustainability Group shines at Greenbuild conference 2013

December 1, 2013

Tommy Linstroth, owner and founder of award winning, Savannah based, Trident Sustainability Group wowed national and international visitors of the 2013 GREENBUILD conference, which took place in Philadelphia, PA in late November 2013, with his newest invention and easy solution for LEED documentation: The GreenBadger LEED documentation APP. Read more

Trident Sustainability Group’s Project Wins ENR Southeast Award!

November 4, 2013

Trident Sustainability Groups LEED Platinum project 306 W Waldburg won the best small project from ENR Southeast.

Each year, the projects recognized by ENR Southeast’s Best Projects competition showcase the most accomplished construction and design efforts taking place throughout the region. In addition, they often illustrate the future of construction, highlighting innovative approaches and project types that may one day become commonplace. Considering the state of the construction industry, this year’s winners also collectively reveal the Southeast’s future opportunities.

ncluded among this year’s winners: a high-tech library that opts for digital tools over bookshelves; a super-green data center; a middle school that produces more energy than it uses; a high-rise condominium built in just 12 months; and a LEED-Platinum-rated single-family residence.

This year, ENR Southeast received more than 70 entries from projects located in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. After reviewing the entries, an independent panel of judges met and decided to recognize 25 projects completed during the last year with a Best Projects award. This year’s main group of judges included: Tim Ackert, project director with the city of Orlando; Will Caulder, senior vice president with Rodgers Builders, Charlotte, N.C.; Taras Diakiwski, vice president for Plaza Construction, Miami; Ian Kinnear, chief engineer, Professional Service Industries, Orlando; Howard Wertheimer, director of capital planning and space management, the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta; and Mark Wylie, president and CEO of ABC of Central Florida, Orlando.

Additionally, a separate team of safety experts assisted with the selection of this year’s Excellence in Safety award. Those judges included: Gaylord Ballard, senior health, safety and environment manager with KBR in Durham, N.C.; David Lockhart, director of loss control with Poole & Kent Co. of Florida, Miami; and David Wessin, vice president of safety and loss control with Miami-based Coastal Construction Group.

ENR Southeast encourages you to read on to find out more about these outstanding accomplishments

Harmony Greene wins Earthcraft Community of the Year

October 26, 2013

Harmony Greene has been recognized as Earthcraft Community of the year. The new affordable housing community in Pooler, GAf features a number of cutting edge features such as a community-wide geothermal loop, high efficiency lighting and appliances, and water savings fixtures that cut consumption nearly 50%. You can read more about the project here.

 

2013 EarthCraft Communities of the Year Award Harmony Greene

Green Building Trends – A Dixie Contractor Magazine Interview with Tommy Linstroth

August 27, 2013

Download the full article below!

Building Green 2013

Trident Sustainability Groups Project Featured on arthitectural.com

August 27, 2013

Trident Sustainability Group’s latest project, 306 W Waldburg, a LEED Platinum home in Savannah, GA, has been featured by arthitectural.com. Read the article here or download it below.

 

 

Trident Sustainability Group _ 306 W. Waldburg _ arthitectural.com

Trident Sustainability Group’s Principal shines at 2013 USGBC-Savannah Green Building Awards

August 27, 2013

Trident Sustainability Group received two awards in the first year USGBC-Savannah Green Building Awards program, which were presented jointly by the Georgia Chapter of the US Green Building Council’s Savannah Branch and the City of Savannah in an effort to recognize significant local achievements in green building and leadership in sustainability issues. Nominations were assessed by local green building professionals and awards were presented, with all projects exhibited at the annual Green Gives Back event, a USGBC-Savannah Branch event that raises awareness and funds for a charity benefitting from green building implementation.

At the event, which took place on August 22nd, 2013, Trident Sustainability Group got honored for their planning, design and execution of the Best Residential New Built project and as well for the Green Leader of the Year. Read more

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