• Ecoimpact leads the Davidson College 210 Delburg project team to LEED CS Gold certification. Congratulations to ADW Architects, Rodgers Builders, and Davidson College.

  • Ecoimpact and Building EnergetiCx lead the Environamics project team to LEED CI certification for their Charlotte, North Carolina headquarters. 

  • Ecoimpact and Building EnergetiCx deliver LEED O+M Feasibility Study for the Charlotte Convention Center.

  • Ecoimpact leads the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department Westover Division Station project team to LEED NC Certified under LEED v4. Congratulations to the City of Charlotte.

  • Congratulations to the Piedmont Natural Gas Rockingham Operations Division team, the project was awarded LEED NC Silver. Ecoimpact was LEED Advisor to the project.

  • Ecoimpact leads Unitarian Universalist Association project team to LEED CI Platinum certification for their Boston, Massachusetts Office Relocation.

  • Ecoimpact leads AF&PA project team to Green Globes for New Construction 3 Green Globe rating for their Washington DC Office.

Over the years we have turned to Ecoimpact for many of their services, from research to product promotion, and most recently for LEED and Green Globes documentation. Under their guidance and expertise, the Excel Dryer Headquarters Building achieved both certifications. We value Ecoimpact’s alignment with our sustainable goals and look forward to working with them on future endeavors.
— William Gagnon, Vice President — Excel Dryer
Ecoimpact has been a valuable resource to us at Wilsonart as we assess our products, operations and procedures through a sustainable filter. Environmentalism has long been embedded in our mission; Ecoimpact has helped us focus on the issues and processes that will lead our company to a deeper shade of green.
— Rajesh Ramamurthy, Director of Sustainability — Wilsonart
In keeping with our 7th Principle, “Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part,” the Unitarian Universalist Association elected to pursue LEED certification for our new Boston headquarters. We were exceedingly fortunate to have Summer Minchew and her team at Ecoimpact Consulting guide us through this process. Their expertise helped us achieve our goal of a green, sustainable home for Unitarian Universalism. We are most grateful for Ecoimpact’s collaboration and leadership.
— Rev. Harlan Limpert, Chief Operating Officer - UUA