SIG’s Top 10 LEED Projects for 2014

Georgia World Congress Center (LEED Silver) – Sustainable Investment Group (SIG) worked closely with Tim Trefzer, Sustainability Manager for the Georgia World Congress Center, resulting in the world’s largest LEED certified convention center and 14th largest LEED certified building.

Possibly 750 7th Ave. (possibly achieved in December) – Sustainable Investment Group (SIG) worked on this multi-tenant office building managed by Hines; 2 blocks from Times Square in NYC.

1425 K St. – Sustainable Investment Group (SIG) worked with Blake Real Estate to achieve LEED Silver certification at its 12-story, Class-A office building, located at 1425 K St.

4343 Easton Commons – Sustainable Investment Group (SIG) worked with Hines on yet another LEED certification (Silver) for its Morgan Stanley US portfolio.

Jordan Valley Tech 1 – Silver certification at this call center for Morgan Stanley in Utah was secured simultaneously with its counterpart in Columbus Ohio (4343 Easton Commons).

Platinum Tower – Sustainable Investment Group (SIG) provided Accesso Services with LEED consulting and engineering services to help track, and not only maintain, but increase to LEED Silver through the recertification process.

Corporate Woods II and III – are located just outside of St. Louis in Earth City, Missouri.  The two buildings are owned by CW Capital and managed by Cassidy Turley. Corporate Woods II earned LEED EB Silver, and Corporate Woods III earned LEED EB Certified in April of 2014.

1940 and 2000 Duke Street – owned by JP Morgan Asset Management and managed by Jones Lang LaSalle are part of the Carlyle Crescent Center. Located at the edge of Old Town Alexandria just outside of Washington DC, the buildings have ideal access to alternative transportation. The King Street Metro Station is right across the street, and there is even a tunnel for easy pedestrian access right to the base of the buildings. 1940 Duke Street earned LEED Gold, and 2000 Duke Street earned LEED Silver.