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Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown Hospital was recently awarded the Green Building Legacy Award for its Women’s and Children’s Pavilion expansion project. The award was one of ten awards in a new series called Impact Tennessee that were presented during the state’s chapter of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) special awards ceremony held in Nashville.
The Women and Children’s Pavilion was the first LEED Gold Healthcare project in the Southeast and the first LEED Gold project in Western Tennessee. LEED, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is an internationally recognized green building certification system designed to promote sustainable design and construction practices as well as creating a healthy environment within a building.
photo: (R) Richard Kelley, Vice President, Corporate Facilities Management, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare and (L) Alan Sparkman, USGBC Tennessee Market Leadership Advisory Board Chair.