Recreation and Hospitality
Located inside the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, the banquet hall is part of a lodging and conference facility that promotes environmental education. It received LEED Silver certification.
The Balzer Theater at Herren’s, the first free-standing theater in the southeast to receive LEED® Certification, also received an Urban Land Institute (ULI) Development of Excellence Award.
The Warm Springs, Ga. museum of the life and times of President Franklin D. Roosevelt preserves and protects Georgia’s natural resources through its green building program. The project received LEED Silver Certification and also won the Project Leadership Award from the Construction Owners Association of America.
The expansion of the Recreation Activity Center includes additional space for indoor courts, weight/fitness room, indoor pools, and other specialized spaces. It received LEED Certification.
The Sweetwater Creek State Visitor and Interpretive Center received the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) platinum certification in the southeast. It serves as a model of environmentally friendly design, construction and operation.