Fulton County Libraries in Group 3 of Renovation Project Achieve LEED Certification

On February 18, 2021, five of Fulton County Library System’s Group 3 library projects were awarded the very prestigious LEED Platinum, LEED Gold and/or LEED Silver certifications. LEED certification is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement developed by the U.S. Green Building Council.

“Fulton’s LEED Program Administrator, 2M Design Consultants, Inc. (2M), was instrumental in achieving this important certification, along with the program management team of CBRE-HEERY/RUSSELL Joint Venture Team, C.T. Darnell Construction, the awarded design-build company who beautifully designed and renovated the state-of-the-art high performance green libraries. Special thanks goes to the design teams of CPL – Architects, Engineers, Planners and 720 Design; LEED Consulting and LEED Commissioning by Merrick & Company, in concert with the entire professional team for the design and renovation of these LEED High Performance Green Libraries.”

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