Japan America Society and Gray Discuss Environmental, Resource-Friendly Facility Life Cycle

Gray was featured in the Japan America Society of Southern California’s fall newsletter, JAS CONNECTIONS, regarding Gray’s presentation at the 6th Annual U.S.-Japan Green Conference: Sustainable Construction. The conference discussed the green construction processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a buildings life-cycle. Bob Moore, Gray Anaheim, Calif. Office President & CEO, was a panelist at the conference and his summary was shared in an article in JAS CONNECTIONS recent issue. Bob discussed how the marketplace is demanding sustainable, energy efficient solutions; the LEED® scorecard; and examples of Gray customers who have embraced sustainable design. Read Bob’s summary in Building Green is the New Black.

Gray, a nationally ranked leader in design-build, is committed to sustainable construction and is ranked nationally among the Top 100 Green Contractors by Engineering News-Record (ENR). In fact, Gray is ranked 2nd among the top green contractors in manufacturing plant construction and 4th among the top green contractors in manufacturing plant design. Gray has executed the following LEED® project accomplishments: first LEED® certified facility for Anheuser-Busch; first LEED® certified distribution center for CVS; Siemens’ first LEED® Gold certified production facility in the U.S.; first LEED® Gold new construction/industrial site in the state of Kansas; and the largest LEED® certified facility in Georgia. If you have LEED® construction needs, please contact Bob Lowry, Senior Vice President, Engineering at blowry@gray.com.

 

    November 13, 2012

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