Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality Office Building

  • Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality Office Building

Client:

Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality

Location:

North Little Rock, Arkansas

Designer:

Joint Venture Williams & Dean Architects of Little Rock, Arkansas and Taggart Foster Currence Gray Architects of North Little Rock, AR

Nabholz built this 115,000 square foot, six-story environmentally friendly office building, which received a LEED® Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for leadership in energy and environmental design and three-globe ratings from the Green Building Initiatives assessment system. This project featured a permeable pavement parking lot, a laboratory containing eight (8) fume hoods, an air lab, walk-in cooler and weigh room, cubicle office space and conference rooms with audio/visual technology on every floor, a commission room with audio/visual technology and kitchen area, water-saving features that reduce water consumption by 30 percent, and 10% of the structure was built with materials are recycled and 20% of materials obtained within the region.

LEED and the related logo is a trademark owned by the U.S. Green Building Council and is used with permission.

2008 Excellence in Construction Award presented by Associated Builders and Contractors

2007 Best in Construction of Public Building Award presented by South Central Construction