Auld & White Completes Project for City – Anticipating LEED Certification

Jacksonville, Fla., December 5, 2011 Auld & White Constructors and design-build partner Dasher Hurst Architects have completed construction of Fire Station 40 for the City of Jacksonville. The 13,000 square foot, two-story land and marine based fire station is located on 9363 Heckscher Drive and is anticipating LEED certification. The facility is used as a Post, Storm Operations/Search & Rescue Center and was designed to withstand 150 MPH hurricane force winds.

Other LEED Projects Completed by Auld & White
Auld & White has completed numerous “green” projects in Northeast Florida including a classroom addition for Bishop John J. Snyder High School, the first school on the East Coast certified under the LEED for Schools rating system. Auld & White also completed the first LEED Silver certified Credit Union in Florida, and the award-winning Animal Care & Protective Services facility, the City of Jacksonville’s first LEED Gold certified building. Other LEED projects include UNF Founders Hall Renovation (LEED Silver certified), Community First Credit Union, Northtowne Branch (LEED Silver certified), and an office build-out for Gresham Smith & Partners (LEED Certified).

LEED Projects Under Construction
Currently Auld & White is constructing a Technology Training building for the Division of Blind Services in Daytona Beach, Florida. The project will be completed in 2012, and will seek LEED certification. In addition, Auld & White is building the City of Jacksonville’s Fire Station 26 located at 6671 Sandymac Road. The four-bay facility will be completed in the spring of 2012 and will seek LEED certification.