• Congratulations to the Catawba Valley Community College Workforce Solutions Complex team on their achievement of LEED Silver certification. Ecoimpact served as LEED project administrator, the project was designed by ADW Architects and was built by H&M Constructors.

  • Another slam dunk for Ecoimpact, the Washington DC Entertainment and Sports Arena has achieved LEED Gold certification! Congratulations to the entire team including Events DC and project architects Rossetti and Michael Marshall Design. Click here to learn more about the sustainability features of this project.

  • Congratulations to UUSC on their achievement of LEED for Operations and Maintenance Platinum certification. Ecoimpact served as LEED project administrator to the team with ICO Energy and Engineering. Click here to read the UUSC press release.

  • Ecoimpact and Building EnergetiCx lead the UMC Conference Center team to LEED CI Gold certification. This project is one of the first commercial interiors projects in the greater Charlotte area to achieve certification under the LEED v4 rating system. Congratulations to the Wesley Community Development, Meyers & Chapman, WGM Design, and Teeter Engineering Group team.

  • GOOOLD! Congratulations to the DC United team, Audi Field was awarded LEED NC Gold certification. Ecoimpact served as LEED project administrator, the project was designed by Populous and Michael Marshall Design, and was built by Turner Construction.

  • Ecoimpact and Building EnergetiCx lead the Residence Inn Raleigh Downtown project team to LEED NC Silver certification. Congratulations to Clancey & Theys Construction Co, Overcash Demmitt Architects, Devita Inc. and Summit Hospitality Group.

  • Congratulations to the Payne Elementary School DC Public Schools team, the project was awarded LEED for Schools Gold Certification. Ecoimpact served as LEED Administrator to the project.

  • Ecoimpact leads the Davidson College “The Hub at Davidson” project team to LEED CS Gold certification. Congratulations to ADW Architects, Rodgers Builders, and Davidson College.

  • The Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority selected Ecoimpact to direct the Charlotte Convention Center’s upcoming LEED for Operations and Maintenance project.

  • 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 on its first LEED v4 Certification.

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, Marketing and Sales - Excel Dryer
Ecoimpact is a leader in sustainable consulting and our team has thoroughly enjoyed our ongoing partnership. Summer Minchew and her team have extensive knowledge of the LEED rating system and we have personally witnessed their success in guiding project teams through the certification process. Ecoimpact consistently demonstrates patience and expertise and their attention to detail in LEED project tracking, schedule and review is first rate.
— Shane Nault, President - Building EnergetiCx
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