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Friday, April 20, 2007

Haskell Celebrates LEED Gold on World's Largest Gold Certified Beverage Plant



The Haskell Company celebrates the fact that one of it's recently completed projects has been certified LEED Gold ... the Wytheville Gatorade plant is officially the worlds largest LEED Gold Certified Food and Beverage plant.

3 comments:

blads said...

Both Haskell's and yourself, Richard should be very proud... Congratulations

BrianMyers said...

Back to a technology question:

What software was used during the architectural process? I was curious if Revit played its part in the development?

Congrats on this "Golden" project! :-)

Richard Binning said...

This was done using a traditional "integrated" design build work flow. Revit did not play a part in the workflow, although we are now exploring the IES/Revit Systems integration and hoping to use it to good effect on a future project.

Thanks for the comment, we used Arch Desktop 2005, ABS 2005, and various other software applications to assist in the design workflow on this project.

You can expect more sustainable awards from Haskell in the near future.

~RLB