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Wachovia Bank Building

Wachovia Bank Building

Tampa, FL

The 22-story, 387,000 sq. ft. high rise at 100 South Ashley Drive is known as one of the friendliest and most easily accessible buildings in Tampa, Florida. Built in 1984, the Wachovia Bank Building changed Tampa’s definition of Class A office space as dramatically as it altered the skyline. In the ensuing years, amenity enhancements ensured that the financial center truly reflected comfort, convenience, and service in the heart of downtown Tampa’s central business district.

Intel - IDC 9

Intel - IDC 9

Haifa, Israel

Computer hardware giant, Intel Corporation, has received LEED® Gold certification, the internationally recognized stamp of approval from the U.S. Green Building Council, for its latest design/data center – IDC 9 – that opened in Haifa, Israel on June 15th. The all-new facility boasts the most advanced engineering infrastructure and is Intel’s first LEED-certified green facility, as well as the first building in Israel to receive LEED Gold certification. Additionally, the 259,000 square foot facility is noted for housing a 6500 square foot high performance data center.

Goshen College, Rieth Village

Goshen College, Rieth Village

Goshen, IN

When Luke Gascho, Goshen College’s Merry Lea Building Executive Director, interviewed contractors and architects for a new collegiate facility, he looked for firms with an awareness of sustainable building and an interest in trying to achieve it. He also kept the search regional rather than pursuing groups already nationally known for sustainable building. Several nationally known consultants with unique areas of expertise also contributed to the design process, including KMC Controls for the internal environment.

Greenway Middle School

Greenway Middle School

Phoenix, AZ

Greenway Middle School has a proud history dating back to 1912. What began as a one room schoolhouse in northeast Phoenix has evolved into a district serving 33,000+ students in grades K-12. Originally named Sunnyside School, it was the first within what is now known as the Paradise Valley School District.