BMW’s future automobiles will contain carbon fiber and composite materials manufactured at this facility, which reduced water use by over 80% and gets 100% of its electricity from hydro-electric power sources.
Part of Phase 1 of BMW’s new carbon fiber manufacturing facility in rural Washington state, this office & warehouse building, contains administrative office, laboratory, meeting, warehousing, and other spaces for this multi-phase manufacturing complex.
This freight motor carrier’s Executive Vice President called the LEED measures in this 70-door, 80,000-square-foot facility, “common sense solutions that will help us meet our business goals while also being responsible, environmental...
Brightworks helped Dragonberry plan a LEED-certified warehouse for produce processing and distribution. Executive Amy Nguyen calls the new facility “innovative,” “energy and water efficient,” “chic,” and “modern.”