If you are looking at LEED certification for your new or existing building, you may want to consider the part landscaping has to play in this certification. LEED or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification, is a process that is aimed to promote green building design. Therefore it makes sense that a building's landscape would contribute to the certification.
E-Landscape is proud to have been selected to carry out landscape construction work for the U.S. Coast Guard Access Road at the St. Elizabeths hospital West Campus in Washington, DC.
Topics: West Campus, U.S. Coast Guard, subdrainage, LEED Gold, Washington DC, Anacostia, E-Landscape, pavers, storm water mmanagement, rain collection, GSA, Blog, landscape construction, St. Elizabeths, LEED certification
This fall, our team is gearing up to begin work at The Asher, a luxury apartment community in Alexandria's Old Town neighborhood. We're particularly excited about this project because it is expected to receive LEED Silver certification due to its many green building and design features.
Topics: rainwater harvesting, commercial landscaping, northern virginia commercial landscaping, Old Town Alexandria, The Asher, LEED silver, cistern, E-Landscape, Virginia commercial landscaping, Blog, landscaping, LEED certification
Green building practices have garnered quite a bit of attention recently as architects, developers, and property owners seek to gain LEED certification for their buildings. One outcome of this movement is increasing interest in green roofs.
This month, E-Landscape will begin work on the landscape installation at The Hampden Lane Apartments in Bethesda, Maryland. This project will once again pair E-Landscape with General Contractor Hamel Builders to carry out a beautiful and functional design by MHG Landscape Architects.
Topics: landscape installation, hardscape, softscape, MHG Landscape Architects, commercial landscaping, Hamel Builders, Montgomery County, NOA Architects, E-Landscape, E-Landscape Specialty Solutions, site furnishings, Bethesda, Blog, LEED certification, Hampden Lane