LEED – Green Building

The LEED program is an internationally recognized green building certification system that provides third-party verification that a building is constructed in an environmentally sustainable manner. LEED measures energy savings, water efficiency, carbon emissions reduction, improved indoor air quality and stewardship of resources. Our firm has access to LEED accredited engineers who specialize in green building design and construction. Whether your project calls for simple energy upgrades or detailed green construction, March-Westin Company, Inc. can use our specific expertise to achieve your desired level of sustainability. Our firm has proudly designed and constructed several LEED buildings in West Virginia, including Allegheny Energy Transmission Headquarters in Fairmont, West Virginia, the General Services Administration building in Morgantown, West Virginia and Dominion Transmission Office Headquarters in Bridgeport, West Virginia which is the first privately owned LEED Gold designated building in the state.