member_grayThe Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building certification system is the industry standard and has changed the building construction market. LEED’s biggest influence has been on the development of buildings, particularly municipal, government and higher education building projects.

A LEED project requires coordinated planning from the start. Integrated Eco Strategy provides LEED consulting services, including support during the various phases: goal setting, design development, and construction implementation. We guide project teams through the process of determining which credits to pursue and assist with the all required documentation.

Here is a sample of our recent projects. For a complete list please contact us.

Stetson Library & Sawyer Quad, Williams College / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Architects / Stephen Stimpson Landscape Architects 120,000 square foot academic library incorporating a 1920s façade, restoration of historic interiors, and significant expansion to house a modern library and IT facilities. Opening up of quadrangle on site of former library. LEED Gold is targeted. Image Credit: Nick Noyes
Weston Field Renovation, Williams College / CHA Sports, Architects / This project redevelops and upgrades the existing Weston Field Athletic Facilities. Program includes a new 28,648 square foot team support building; a revived Gargoyle Gate Plaza; new athletics fields, lights, grandstands; and a new press box. LEED Gold certified. Image credit: Nick Noyes
Weston Hall, Williams College, Williamstown, MA / Architectural Resources Cambridge / Renovation of the 22,000 sf Admissions and Financial Aid offices. LEED Gold certified Image credit: Nick Noyes
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New Science Center, Westfield State University, Westfield, MA / Cambridge Seven Associates, Architects / New 56,500 sf science building featuring classrooms and laboratories. Image credit: Cambridge Seven Associates
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New Science Center, Westfield State University, Westfield, MA / Cambridge Seven Associates, Architects / LEED Silver target. Image credit: Cambridge Seven Associates

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