As part of the final phase of Coldspring’s consolidation plan from its downtown location to the West Campus in Cold Spring, the construction of the new corporate headquarters began in late 2007. The 22,500 square foot facility, designed and constructed following the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating system, will increase productivity and make for a more efficient and integrated operations. The new corporate headquarters houses approximately 150 personnel and is one of seven buildings on the 435-acre site.
The building was designed to meet high-performance “green building” concepts using guidelines that create a healthier, more environmentally responsible office space. Strategies in the new headquarters building includes:
The main goal of Cold Spring Granite’s office complex addition was to reduce our carbon footprint, travel time, emissions, and increase efficiency. Cold Spring Granite also carries the sustainability principles to other areas of our business. To learn more on how the Cold Spring Granite Headquarters achieved LEED Gold Certification, download the project's credit scorecard.
Supporting the use of indigenous resources and reducing the environmental impact resulting from transportation, the new building was constructed using Cold Spring Granite’s own granite and limestone quarried and fabricated from within 250 miles of the construction site.
Optimized Energy Performance
of total building material was extracted, processed and manufactured within 500 miles
of waste water is treated and infiltrated or used on-site
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