Anderson Earns LEED Accreditation
Lynn Page Anderson, the founder of Anderson Architecture, has attained LEED professional accreditation.
LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the program of the US Green Building Council developed to rate buildings on their environmental friendliness.
Anderson's accreditation indicates she is qualified to design a program to carry a building design through the certification process.
This makes Anderson Architecture the only Moore County-based architecture firm with a LEED-accredited professional.
Projects that receive LEED certification have been developed along sustainable standards for site design, water efficiency, energy efficiency, protection of the atmosphere, material and resource stewardship and indoor air quality -- all aspects that contribute to the well-being of the building users, the community and, ultimately, the earth.
Anyone needing more information about the merits of LEED-certified buildings can contact Anderson at Anderson Architecture.
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