Design-Build of the City of Jacksonville’s new Animal Care & Protective Services facility. The 41,098 sq ft building is the City of Jacksonville’s first LEED Gold certified facility and includes state-of-the-art features such as a cool roof, low flow plumbing fixtures, and drought tolerant landscaping. Designed by Ebert Norman Brady Architects, additional sustainable building features include waste diversion from landfills, and heavy usage of recycled materials and low-emitting adhesives & paints. The cutting-edge center includes new labs and equipment, kennels, automatic water-bowl fillers, bicycle racks, storage & locker rooms.

DCD Magazine – Animal Care & Protective Services


  • AGC Project of the Year, 2010 AGC Horizon Award
  • ABC Excellence in Construction Award of Excellence