Monday, January 26, 2009

Office Developer Gets LEED Certification

Early on in the rebuilding of the Suisun City Waterfront District, the Wiseman Company bought into the vision with a major investment in One Harbor Center, a fantastic office building overlooking the Suisun City Waterfront. Wiseman also developed 333 Sunset, an office complex in the Sunset Avenue/Highway 12 Commercial Hub.

Last week, this item appeared in the Woodland Daily Democrat announcing Wiseman's Director of Properties has been certified as a LEED accredited professional.

Here's the Daily Democrat's piece headlined "Wiseman Company Goes Green":
Doyle Wiseman, CEO of The Wiseman Company, announced today that Elliot Jorgensen, Director of Properties, has been certified as a LEED accredited professional. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a building standard created by the United States Green Building Council. LEED buildings go above and beyond city, state or federal building standards to emphasize energy efficiency and environmental design that promotes healthy and sustainable infrastructure and communities.

Elliot has been the Wiseman Company's Director of Properties since January 2008. As a LEED AP, he now has an in-depth knowledge of the LEED system and will begin applying that to The Wiseman Company's current portfolio of buildings. As the head of the Wiseman Company's property management department, Elliot has worked to "green" the properties that he manages through the installation of window film, new building energy management systems and new, highly-efficient lighting systems.

The Wiseman Company LLC is a Fairfield-based, full-service commercial real estate firm offering brokerage, development, investment and management services to Solano, Napa and Yolo counties.

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