Congratulations to USGBC-Missouri Gateway Chapter members Thomas Taylor, Grant Lanham, and Greg Mueller and USGBC-MGC sponsors Vertegy, BSI Constructors, and Cannon Design for their inclusion in the St. Louis Green LEED-ers edition of the St. Louis Business Journal!
BSI Constructors, Inc., a silver sponsor of the USGBC-Missouri Gateway Chapter, is featured in an article describing their 86,000 square foot MICDS (Mary Institute and St. Louis County Day School) facility. The building is targeting LEED Platinum and features solar panels, occupancy sensors, and daylighting. The company’s LEED Silver certified Missouri Botanical Garden Monsanto Research Center and LEED Gold certified Shaw Nature Reserve Edgar Anderson Center are also featured in the article.
An article about Cannon Design, a gold sponsor of the USGBC-Missouri Gateway Chapter, highlights the firm’s St. Louis University Doisy Research Center and Washington University School of Medicine’s LEED certified BJC Institute of Health. Both of these facilities feature energy efficient climate controls and use recycled and rapidly renewable materials.
Long time chapter member Thomas Taylor is featured in an article about Vertegy Inc., a restorative sponsor of the USGBC-Missouri Gateway Chapter. The article highlights Vertegy’s work to guide clients through the LEED certification process and mentions Vertegy employees and Chapter members Grant Lanham and Greg Mueller.
In addition, Emily Andrews, executive director of USGBC-MGC, and Deborah Frank, vice-president of sustainability at the Missouri Botanical Garden and founder and first employee of the USGBC-Missouri Gateway Chapter were both cited as area green experts in an article about the St. Louis region’s leadership in green building.
Check out any of the following articles in the May 10th edition of the St. Louis Business Journal for more about these Chapter members and sponsors: