Freeman French Freeman Staffer Achieves Leed Certification

first_imgBurlington architecture firm Freeman French Freeman’s leadership in sustainable design has lead to staff member Jesse Robbins receiving LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) certification. Robbins attended the LEED Training Workshop at the University of New Hampshire and the GreenBuild Conference in Pittsburgh before taking and passing the exam.The United States Green Building Council has established a point system that rates the overall energy efficiency of new and renovated construction. Approximately 5% of current construction projects in the U.S. are LEED-registered.. While no mandatory regulations stipulate that buildings be designed and built to LEED standards, FFF uses the system to promote sustainable design.FFF President Jesse Beck praised Robbins for his dedication and enthusiasm, adding that “because of employees like Jesse Robbins, FFF will continue to promote environmentally sensible design and construction. We congratulate him on an accomplishment that will benefit sustainability throughout Vermont and the region.”last_img

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