RNL Powered by Wind

Oct. 6, 2006
Denver (September, 2006) - RNL recently announced the purchase of wind power to power its offices in support of its commitment to sustainable design practices.

RNL purchased 252,685 kWh from Renewable Choice Energy in the form of Green-e certified Renewable Energy Certificates. The program makes it possible for any project or building, anywhere in the country to purchase green power. "It is essential to walk the talk and commit to not only designing sustainable projects but also to be sustainable in our own office environment," says Dick Anderson, principal of RNL.

RNL's purchase equates to preventing 351,738 pounds of CO2 pollution, effectively taking 31 cars off the road.

RNL also announced that two of its employees recently passed the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) exam. Ann Baker, specification writer, and Curtis Scharfenaker, principal, join RNL's other 32 LEED accredited professionals. Now, more than 35 percent of RNL's total design staff is LEED accredited.

RNL is an integrated full-service architectural firm with offices in Denver, Los Angeles, and Phoenix serving clients locally, nationally and internationally. Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2006, RNL continues to provide innovative and inspired design solutions to clients. RNL offers clients a continuum of design services, including architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, urban design and planning, and engineering. For more information about RNL, visit www.rnldesign.com.

Contact Nancy Kristof, (303) 575-8583 or [email protected] with any additional inquiries.

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