Sustainability

  • LEED-Gold-award

HWH walks the talk on sustainability.

Above and beyond in sustainable construction: First green building in the City of Dallas, exceeding the LEED™ Silver mandate to achieve LEED Gold. First LEED Platinum, Net Zero agricultural facility in the country. Substantial team of LEED Accredited Professionals and Green Advantage Certified personnel. Additional Gold credit-eligible projects.

  • Dallas’ First LEED Certification
  • LEED Platinum/NetZero Agriculture Facility
  • LEED Gold Science Building
  • LEED Gold Credit-Eligible Library
  • Hensley Field Operations Center

    When it received a design/build project award from the City of Dallas in 2004 with a mandate to achieve LEED Silver certification, HWH raised the bar to earn Gold with 44 credits.  Its work further involved extensive site and storm water filtration work as part of adaptive reuse on a brownfield site, adding weight to the challenge.

  • Northeast Texas Community College

    HWH scored LEED Platinum on the Whatley Agricultural Complex for Northeast Texas Community College in 2010, combining wind & solar power generation with efficiency measures at every turn. Its vertical integration enabled engineering & fabricating a truss system for the inverted roof keeping the project within budget.

  • McLennan Community College Science Building

    HWH served as construction manager on the McLennan Community College Science Building, designed for LEED Silver but eligible for LEED Gold.  HWH fabricated all of the steel and delivered a GMP $1.5 million under the owner’s original budget, in addition to exceeding the project’s sustainability targets.

  • Bedford Public Library

    The Bedford, Texas Public Library built by HWH incorporates advanced features such as geothermal heating and cooling, an extensive rooftop solar array, and high efficiency LED lighting.  Coupled with the sustainable processes employed on the project, it is Gold credit-eligible.

 

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