Another LEED Certified Project

Feb 17, 2014

Branch & Associates is pleased to announce that our Washington & Lee University Sorority House #6 project has received LEED Silver Certification.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Branch Builds is recognized as one of the largest and most respected construction management firms in Virginia and North Carolina. A 100 percent employee-owned company, we deliver exceptional results on a diverse array of projects to a broad range of private and public sector clients. Driven by a commitment to foster mutually beneficial relationships with our clients and industry partners, we operate on principles of shared respect and transparency.

Functioning as a business unit of The Branch Group, we serve clients in Virginia, North Carolina, West Virginia, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Learn more at www.branchbuilds.com.

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