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  • Grand Prairie Aquatics & Multiplex

    Designed to LEED standards, the aquatics facility is part of the Community Knowledge Campus.

  • The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center

    Opened in September 2009, The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center of Salem, Ore., was designed as a place for self-improvement and community connections, accessible to all.

  • Heritage Park Aquatic Complex

    The Heritage Park Aquatic Complex is a major landmark in the 160-acre Heritage Park master plan.

  • Taking the LEED 

    The Salinas (Calif.) Aquatic Center is the latest addition to the growing green movement in aquatics facility construction. Building green isn’t just a fad — it’s the direction in which our industry and so many others are heading

  • World LEEDer:TWO

    It’s not easy being green, but platinum? Well, that’s almost unheard of.

  • LEED Criteria

    To acquire platinum status from the U.S. Green Building Council, new construction projects must earn at least 52 out of a possible 69 points in the following categories:

  • World LEEDer:ONE

    It’s not easy being green, but platinum? Well, that’s almost unheard of.

  • Stamp of Approval

    The term “green” is fast becoming a part of everyday practice in many businesses, and the waterpark resort industry is no different.

  • Destination Green

    Protecting the planet isn’t just a fad anymore. Here’s why experts say the resort industry’s green movement is here to stay.

  • University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

    Green pools “LEED” the way and the Campus Recreation Center at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (UCCS) is the first public building in southern Colorado to earn gold certification status from the U.S. Green Building Council.