Clancy & Theys has responded to the dramatic expansion of LEED® and green construction and is ranked as one of the nation’s 100 largest Green Contractors by Engineering News-Recordmagazine.

Our first LEED projects—both in 2005—were Rubenstein Hall for Duke University and Carrington Hall for University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Since that time, we’ve built projects earning Platinum, Gold, and Silver LEED status. We have numerous LEED projects under-construction or awaiting certification.

Two of our high-rise buildings earned LEED certification—Imperial Tower in Durham, N.C., earned LEED Silver for both its 12-story shell and the interior work. The Wells Fargo Center, a 22-story office in Norfolk, Virginia, earned LEED Gold.

Most recently, two projects Clancy recently completed for the State of North Carolina, Jennette’s Pier in Nag’s Head, and the Nature Research Center in Raleigh, earned LEED Platinum.

Clancy & Theys provides cost menus and value assessments of LEED strategies. Our subcontractors get specific LEED requirements and templates in our bid packages. We know how to deliver comprehensive LEED administration and waste recycling during construction. Our goal is always to gain and maintain LEED points to reach the owner’s sustainability goals.