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LEED Experience

Morrissey Engineering is one of the Midwest's most experienced and progressive LEED consulting engineering firms. Our LEED professionals specialize in designing and retrofitting high-performance buildings that maximize energy efficiency and utilize environmentally friendly components. 

Our experienced staff designed our 4940 building, which earned the first LEED® Platinum certification in Nebraska in 2009. We have designed and consulted on numerous other LEED building projects in Nebraska and the Midwest.

LEED professionals compose over 75 percent of our staff, and all our production staff are LEED APs. This depth of experience, expertise, and know-how gained from designing, documenting, and continuously monitoring our building uniquely qualifies us to provide designs that meet the industry's highest operational efficiencies, environmental performance, and customer satisfaction. Our building designs balance aesthetics and functionality, creating inspiring environments where people can live and work.

MEI is a proud U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) member, a yearly sponsor of the local USGBC Nebraska Flatwater Chapter, and an ENERGY STAR Partner.

Morrissey Engineering is one of the state's most knowledgeable and progressive engineering firms regarding sustainable design. We have experience in various LEED rating systems. We are prepared to assist you with your LEED project, whether it is new construction, an existing building, an addition/remodel, a core and shell, or a commercial interior project. Read more about LEED and our LEED Platinum-certified building.

Our LEED and green building consulting services include:

  • Assistance with providing attainable targets for LEED certification or sustainable design features
  • A depth of experience on previous LEED projects in various rating systems
  • Design team guidance through the certification process
  • Management of all communications with USGBC and GBCI for project registration and certification
  • Feedback and advice before submittal to help avoid requested clarifications or appeals
  • Completion of building energy modeling for LEED certification