EllisDon is committed to excellence in high-performance building design, advanced clean-technology integration, and low carbon strategies for the building construction sector. To date, the Cavendish Farms project in Lethbridge, Alberta has reduced CO2 emissions by over 181 metric tons. Special mention to Doug Raffan for your assistance with adopting the LED Jobsite.
PCL continually strives to act in a socially responsible and environmentally respectful manner by using sustainable business practices. We exhibit leadership in training and education of our staff to increase efficiencies, reduce our carbon footprint, and support our communities through financial and volunteer efforts. Lind Equipment is extremely proud to have partnered with PCL on many projects throughout North America. Special mention to Jordon Meaver, Kevin MacCormack, Scott Halden, Greg Dahl and Jesse Stevenson for your help in adopting the LED Jobsite in your district!
Graham continues to be at the forefront of environmental and sustainable construction practices. They are leaders in implementing LEED requirements, and initiatives from recycling and using renewable materials, to working to green building standards, to achieving energy efficiency and employing life-cycle costing that governs the management of all their projects. Special mention to Nathan Shields for your assistance in helping adopt the LED Jobsite in Calgary!
With roots planted firmly in the electrical construction industry, we’ve remained grounded in our mission, and focused on innovation and industry leading technologies, while providing the most cost-effective and reliable solutions for our customers. Zenith Systems with the assistance of Scott Patterson, adopted the LED Jobsite system to reduce carbon emissions by over 1,600 metric tons.
Since 1987 Marathon Electrical Contractors, LLC. has provided a full range of electrical services to the Southeast and beyond. We bring a dedication to safety, integrity and dependability to every job. At Marathon, we strive to be the best every day and our results are proof. Fisk has partnered with Lind on multiple projects resulting in significantly reduced carbon emissions. Special mention to Scott Grimsley for your assistance in adopting the LED Jobsite.
Lewis is a leader in sustainable construction. We’ve been focused on sustainability for decades, long before LEED became common industry practice. Lewis diverts 95-97% of construction waste on our jobsites from landfills, and is one of the first Salmon-Safe accredited contractors in the region. Special mention to Anthony Powter for your assistance in adopting the LED Jobsite in Seattle!
Sullivan & McLaughlin Companies is New England’s largest, single-source electrical and technologies contracting company. In a continuing effort by Sullivan & McLaughlin to incorporate sustainable practices into all aspects of the building, SullyMac, with the assistance of Andrew Ryan, adopted the LED Jobsite and have reduced carbon emissions by over 800 metric tons.
Sustainability is about leading by example with the courage to do what’s right; not just for today but for generations to come. Clark Builders is focused on continuing to advance sustainable building practices. Together, we are working to redefine the relationship between construction and the wellbeing of our planet. Clark Builders with the assistnace of adopted the LED Jobsite on the NAIT PIC project in and reduced energy usage by 295,000 kWh.
Since 1913, Fisk has been one of the nation's leading providers for the design, installation and maintenance of electrical systems, structured cabling applications, integrated electronic security systems, and building technology solutions. Fisk has partnered with Lind on multiple projects resulting in significantly reduced carbon emissions.
As long-standing members of both the Canadian and U.S. Green Building Councils and one of the first companies in North America to participate in the Living Building Challenge, Ledcor continues to be a leader in green construction. Special mention to Rob Dunn with his assistance on adopting the LED Jobsite