Wagman understands the impact of green practices and has completed site development, building construction and heavy civil construction projects. Wagman has achieved national recognition for working on some of the most environmentally sensitive projects in the nation and as a result has incorporated many lessons learned into best practices.
When Wagman expanded and built a new office, Wagman made the choice to “LEED” by example. Wagman constructed the first LEED Certified by the US Green Building Council office space in downtown York. Green practices in building construction provide a variety of benefits which include reduction in waste, energy efficiencies, more productive work environments and healthier surroundings.
Wagman has LEED accredited personnel on staff and works closely with other professionals and agencies to ensure proper coordination to meet project specifications and/or LEED requirements including the proper documentation.
Wagman Construction maintains corporate and individual memberships with the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) and the USGBC – Central Pennsylvania Chapter. Our LEED-Accredited Professionals have successfully demonstrated their knowledge of integrated design, understanding of green building practices and principles, and familiarity with LEED requirements, resources and processes.
Wagman Construction currently has 9 LEED Accredited Professionals
- 4 are LEED AP BD+C
- 3 are LEED AP
- 2 are LEED Green Associates
“Our focus on green is, first and foremost, about “doing the right thing.” We believe our efforts will serve as an example of a responsible business recognizing that its actions impact others both directly and indirectly.”
Joe Wagman, Chairman Wagman Construction
Seminars and Consulting Services
Wagman conducts seminars on green construction, which examine sustainable design concepts, emerging trends in green construction, the LEED certification process, and cost implications of green design and construction.
WCI has experience working with and incorporating the following green/sustainable features on our projects:
- Refurbished wood flooring
- Rapidly renewable flooring products
- Low-VOC carpets and paints
- Water-saving faucets
- Dual-flush toilets
- Building materials with recycled content
- Energy Star appliances
- Certified wood
- Review of recycled content percentage
- Monitoring outdoor air delivery
- Off-site sorting
- Full building automation
- Storm water management systems
- Thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) roofing systems
- Rubber recycled flooring
- Nu Green particle boards
Green Building Projects
Denotes a Green Build Project
Denotes a Project Currently Under Construction
Codo 28, LP - Codo 28
Dickinson College - Kline Fitness Center
Crispus Attucks Association - Greenway Tech Centre
Logos Academy - New Facility
Perry Green Building Housing Corporation - Perry Green Townhomes at Petersburg Commons
Wagman, Inc. – Wagman Construction Office
Intercounty Connector, Contract A
Intercounty Connector, Contract B