An hour’s drive from Atlanta, CDC’s modernistic, low-rise Building 107 is certified Certified Gold for LEED, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, by the United States Green Building Council.
The structure earned its highest LEED score for innovation: 5 out of 6 points. A key aspect of Building 7 is its extensive use of cantilevered concrete beams.
The subcontractor in charge of walls selected Southern Wall Systems for a task made more difficult by so many cantilevered beams. Nevertheless, we successfully installed 20,000 square feet of cementitious coatings.
We also were given responsibility for 3,000 square feet of acoustical plaster inside the building’s main entrance.
- DPD is responsible for preventing and controlling diseases caused by parasitic organisms—from bed bugs and ticks to giardia and malaria.
- ATSDR helps protect people from the health effects of exposures everything from aluminum to zinc and all kinds of chemical compounds.
- NCEH is responsible for preventing illness, disability, and death from interactions between people and the environment, guarding against everything from mold and radiation to carbon monoxide and chemical weapons.
Client: Mulkey Enterprises