Sletten is Committed to Sustainable Building Practices
Sletten is proud to be a leader in sustainable building and we are committed to using sustainable practices in all of our projects.
Sletten has represented client interests in minimizing utility costs and constructing buildings that operate cost effectively with the minimum degree of maintenance possible. Sletten has extensive experience in not only constructing buildings to LEED standards, but also the certification of buildings to earn LEED certification. We utilize our LEED Accredited Professionals to fully integrate building system design into a high performing, efficient, comfortable and maintainable facility.
Sletten’s recent LEED experience includes working with Clark County School District to build the first LEED certified school in the state of Nevada. The Northwest Career and Technical Academy achieved a Silver rating and included energy efficiency features that reduced the energy requirements of the academy by 50 percent. Currently we have several facilities under construction or recently built using sustainable building practices.
Sletten is also directing its sustainability efforts within the company. We are working to turn ourselves into a greener company by making our offices, job sites and work habits more sustainable. We continue to expand the number of LEED Certified employees each year along with our list of LEED Certified projects.
For more information on building green visit http://www.usgbc.org