Wilmot helped make Nashville’s first community solar project a reality, providing access to solar energy for Nashville Electric Service rate payers.
Nashville Metro Water Services makes sustainability a priority at its five facilities. Wilmot was tasked with measuring the impact of those improvements at the Central Wastewater Treatment Plant and identified $493M in community benefits.
Wilmot partnered with Nashville International Airport (BNA) as part of their master planning effort to inform sustainability considerations and analyze waste reduction opportunities. Wilmot also developed sustainability criteria to evaluate a variety of potential airport expansion layouts for the facility.
Wilmot created a Sustainability Plan for Nashville’s Central Wastewater Treatment Plant to reduce energy use and restore natural ecological function in an urban neighborhood.
Through baseline establishment and triple bottom line analysis, our team is helping Nashville reach a goal of zero waste.
Sewanee: The University of the South has a sustainability goal of offsetting wanted 100% of their energy use. They engaged Wilmot to design a program to do just that.
Wilmot helped ensure Nashville’s convention center went above and beyond to achieve LEED Gold, including some of the most innovative convention space features in the country like a green roof, solar array, and rainwater capture.
Wilmot is helping Nashville Metro Water Services save money and reduce their carbon footprint by increasing efficiency and installing solar arrays.