Rudolph/Libbe associates achieve LEED Green Associate status

Rudolph/Libbe project engineers Ryan Fisher, Troy Fritch and Ashley McGill have earned LEED Green Associate status through the U.S. Green Building Council.

Rudolph/Libbe project engineers Ryan Fisher, Troy Fritch and Ashley McGill have earned LEED Green Associate status through the U.S. Green Building Council.


The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System is the nationally accepted benchmark for designing, constructing and operating high-performance green buildings.

The LEED guidelines from the U.S. Green Building Council address six areas: sustainable sites; water efficiency; energy and atmosphere; materials and resources; indoor environmental quality; and innovation in upgrades operations and maintenance.

"Rudolph/Libbe is committed to supporting our customers in building the most environmentally progressive and energy-efficient buildings possible," says Gary Haas, vice president of contracts administration and labor relations. "LEED AP and Green Associate accreditations are essential to LEED-certified building construction."

The Rudolph/Libbe Companies is among the nation's largest contractors and employs nearly 1,500 construction trades through offices in Lima, Toledo, Cleveland and Walbridge, Ohio; Plymouth, Michigan and Atlanta, Georgia.

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