Resource Reduction

Nashville Electric Service

In 2009, NES celebrated 70 years of providing power to the Nashville, Tennessee area. As part of the company’s commitment to the community, NES has made innovative energy plans and energy conservation one of its priorities.   Background With power expenditures in 2009 exceeding $900 million dollars, NES is exploring efficiency as an alternative to – Continue Reading

David L. Lawrence Convention Center

Located on the shoreline of the Allegheny River, Pittsburgh’s downtown convention center is a showcase for sustainable architecture. At its grand opening, it was the first LEED certified convention center in the world.   Background When architect Rafael Viñoly was commissioned to design Pittsburgh’s new convention center, the project was guided from conception by his – Continue Reading

Fort Campbell Army Base

Fort Campbell covers over 105,000 acres, straddling the Northern border between Tennessee and Kentucky. The fort supports the 3rd largest military population in the Army and has major logistics needs for new and existing buildings.   Background Prior to Wilmot Inc.’s involvement, all of Fort Campbell’s C&D waste was co-mingled and sent to area landfills. – Continue Reading