Blog, Sustainability

Grand Opening of City Water | Columbia, SC

At 9:30 on the crisp fall morning of October 17, the City of Columbia celebrated the grand opening of its Water and Wastewater Distribution facility, the City’s first project designed to LEED Gold standards, situated on a former brownfield site…

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USGBC Carolina’s Green Gala Sustainable Business Awards

Watson Tate Savory was honored to have one of our latest projects, the City of Columbia Water Distribution + Wastewater Maintenance Facility, as a finalist in the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Carolina’s 2017 Annual Green Gala’s Sustainable Business Awards.…

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Solar Canopies Dedication

Dedication of the Solar Canopies with remarks from US Representative Joe Wilson. With the goal to get 40% of their required energy from renewable resources by 2020, this project was designed to generate 20 kWh of green energy.

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Watson Tate Savory Sustainability Policy

Watson Tate Savory recognizes the significant impact buildings have on our natural environment and the responsibility we bear, as architects, to help reduce that impact.

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WTS Announces 2 LEED Gold Projects in Columbia

Watson Tate Savory is pleased to announce the LEED Gold Certification of two major projects in Columbia, South Carolina. The LEED® green building certification program is the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of green buildings. The…

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Largest solar array in the Lowcounty Opens

Watson Tate Savory designed the solar canopies for the Technical College of the Lowcounty, which recently opened. The canopies will contribute 20 Killowatt to the power grid.

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Architects Leading Way in Waste Reduction

This article appeared in the October 6-19 issue of Columbia Regional Business Report and highlights WTS Associate Gene Bell and the Columbia office’s sustainability initiatives.

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