1 February

LEED Silver Facility picks single source manufacturer to achieve sustainability goals

Since 1937, much of southern Maryland has relied upon the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative
(SMECO) for its electrical power supply. SMECO provides electrical power to 161,000 customers,
operating primarily from its headquarter facility in Leonardtown, Maryland. Originally built in the
1980s, this vital facility was in need of replacement by 2019. SMECO began conversations with
architectural firm Lawrence Abell & Associates, Ltd. to design a new, sustainable facility that would
enable SMECO to continually modernize its operations, provide customers with improved service,
and create a healthy and more efficient workspace for its employees

One of the primary goals of this sustainable project is to achieve a LEED® Silver rating. Given this goal, the design and construction team knew that choosing energy-efficient, high-performance products would be an essential element. Read the project profile here to see which products made the cut.

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