KBE Building Corporation Awarded for Work on Maryland Project
ROCKVILLE, Md., July 7, 2016 – KBE Building Corporation (KBE) has achieved LEED Gold certification for the TD Bank located in Rockville, Maryland. This is the third TD Bank completed by KBE that has achieved LEED Gold.
KBE served as General Contractor for the $1 million TD Bank project, located in the Montrose Crossing shopping center in Rockville, Maryland. The bank facility consists of approximately 2,700 square feet of new construction and was completed in September 2015.
Developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) in 2000, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, provides verification that a building was designed and built using aspects of efficient environmental health conservation strategies. The certification is divided into four categories: LEED, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. Each category recognizes a building’s performance in specific areas, including: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection, and indoor environmental quality.
KBE also completed construction of the overall Montrose Crossing retail center, as well as tenant fit-out services for the Bob’s Stores and A.C. Moore.
About KBE Building Corporation
KBE has managed more than $4 billion in construction volume during the past two decades alone and is ranked among Engineering News-Record magazine’s top 400 construction companies nationally. With offices in Columbia, MD, as well as Norwalk and Farmington, CT, KBE Building Corporation is a full-service, single-source commercial construction company strategically positioned to serve the Eastern and Mid-Atlantic U.S. Founded in 1959 and incorporated in 1966, the $300 million firm provides preconstruction, construction management, design-build, and general contracting services to clients in the retail, educational, senior living, federal, corporate, hospitality, health care, and institutional markets.
KBE’s team of 120+ construction professionals and support staff is deeply committed to the firm’s corporate philanthropy program, 50 Ways to Make a Difference. Established in 2009 to celebrate the firm’s new ownership, name change, and 50 years in business, 50 Ways has helped KBE associates donate more than $1.7 million and 11,734 volunteer hours to charitable causes benefiting children, seniors, and military veterans in Connecticut and Maryland.
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