The Aldo Leopold Foundation Headquarters

The Aldo Leopold Foundation Headquarters

Claimed as the first-ever LEED-platinum carbon neutral building, The Aldo Leopold Foundation Headquarters now crowned as the greenest building ever built. Located in Fairfield, Wisconsin, the building was designed by Kubala-Washatko Architects and Boldt Construction.

“This building does things that people are dreaming about,” said Rick Fedrizzi, president of the U.S. Green Building Council. “There are people out there saying, ‘Somehow, somewhere a building will be able to do that.’ This building is doing it today.”


LEED-platinum carbon neutral building

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