Facility construction, operation, maintenance and demolition are not only fiscally intensive. These practices also create numerous environmental impacts to include land disturbance, solid waste generation, air quality concerns and resource depletion.
Fort Bragg incorporates high performance, sustainable principles and sound technologies into the construction, renovation and maintenance of new and existing facilities to achieve a safe, efficient, healthy and productive environment. Projects support the Fort Bragg Sustainable Design and Development Program and the United States Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards for construction. Our facilities are constructed to the Army minimum standard for LEED Silver certifiable structures.
HIGH PERFORMANCE SUSTAINABLE FEATURES …
- Energy conservation features such as high efficiency heating and cooling systems
- Designs that advantageously utilize daylight to conserve energy
- Renewable and alternative energy features such as solar panels and geothermal technologies
- Water conservation features such as rain water harvesting technologies and low-flow water devices
- Building materials that are manufactured with recycled content or locally sourced content
- Siting that provides the best and most sustainable use of the land and its natural resources
- Native and drought-tolerant landscapes
FOR MORE INFORMATION …
Contact the Sustainable Facilities Planner at 396.3597.