GFC supports green building and performance measures.

Kevin Whitener, LEED AP, spear-heads GFC’s green initiatives while other team members become LEED accredited to help you meet your LEED certification requirements.

GFC is also proud to partner with our vendors who are also demonstrating leadership in sustainability.

GFC’s other environmentally-responsible initiatives have included metal recycling for major projects such as Randolph AFB’s Building 399. GFC proposed bringing in a dumpster specifically for scrap metal from the renovation—not only saving a significant amount of metal from ending up in landfill, but also bringing money for the metal back to the base. In addition, the GFC team ensured light bulbs from the old light fixtures were recycled, too.

Some of our Partners:

Bolyu Carpets is another preferred vendor known for their “envirosponsibility”. Click here to learn more.

InterfaceFLOR’s Mission Zero is their plan to achieve zero environmental footprint by 2020. Click here to learn more.

To learn more about LEED green building certification, click here: U.S. Green Building Council.

GFC LEED Silver projects:

METC Dorms—Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas
Goodfellow Air Force Base, 200-man dormitory, San Angelo, Texas
Fort Hood COE Project, Bell County, Texas
IMCOM, Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas
Dynamic Components, Corpus Christi, Texas