Green Construction Service DEB Construction Delivers LEED Building Projects

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In recent years, the corporate and government communities in our area have begun showing greater awareness and concern for the environmental changes that are increasingly affecting the climate worldwide. To stay ahead of this trend, DEB Construction began seeking the LEED accreditation of our project managers and engineers in 2005.

Now, every project manager and engineer on our staff is a fully-certified LEED Accredited Professional (AP). This gives us a unique level of expertise in designing and building energy-efficient and sustainable buildings for virtually any commercial and critical-facility application. We are also a member of the U.S. Green Building Council.

Because of our extensive LEED training and our reputation for delivering quality workmanship, DEB Construction has been chosen by many of our clients to design and construct LEED-certified buildings. These projects involve implementing energy-efficient and low-emission systems and materials, installing resource management controls for water and lighting systems, and initiating strict recycling and tracking programs.

DEB Construction is proud to be a leader in the construction of these unique, high-technology buildings, which we believe will be hailed as the wave of the future. Below are a few of our recently-completed LEED-certified building projects:

  • Confidential Bank Client – Adelanto, CA – Platinum
  • Confidential Bank Client – Cathedral City, CA – Gold
  • Confidential Bank Client – La Alameda, CA – Gold
  • Confidential Bank Client – Oxnard, CA – Gold
  • JPM Chase, Palo Alto, CA – Gold
  • Confidential Bank Client – Beverly Hills, CA – Silver
  • HSBC Bank – Rolling Hills, CA – Silver
  • Citibank – Menlo Park, CA – Certified 
  • Confidential Bank Client – Calvine Point – Silver
  • Confidential Bank Client  – Wilshire La Brea – Silver
  • Confidential Bank Client – Palm Desert – Silver
Green Construction was last modified: June 24th, 2020 by Kris Kay