For the month of December, we are proud to recognize the following members of our team: David Mckenney, P.E. on his 1-year work anniversary, and Tuan Duong, Reid Seagraves, and Harry Copeland on their 5-year work anniversaries. The success and growth of LONG is a direct result of you and our valued team members. Thank you for being with us, and happy work anniversary!
We are proud to announce that David Mckenney, P.E. has successfully passed the Professional Engineer’s exam, earning his Professional Engineering License in the State of Georgia. David is also a registered P.E. in Texas.
P.E. licensure is the engineering profession’s highest standard of competence, a symbol of achievement and assurance of quality.
Mr. McKenney is a civil engineer with experience in higher education, retail, multifamily, office, mixed-use, and affordable housing projects. His design experience ranges from zoning, conceptual, and permit design for multi-acre sites. He has worked in multiple municipalities, including Atlanta. Prior to joining Long Engineering (LONG), Mr. McKenney served as an EIT with Stantec Consulting Services.
Congratulations to David for having achieved this important milestone within our industry! We are proud to have him on the LONG team.
Long Engineering provided civil engineering design services on The Savannah Cultural Arts Center, which was recently honored by the “Georgia Association of the American Institute of Architects” during their annual statewide 2020 design awards competition. Out of more than 140 entrants from across the state, this notable project was selected as a top award for design excellence. We are proud to have been included on Gunn Meyerhoff Shay’s team, and given an opportunity to play a valuable role.
The center has also received the Honor Award from the South Georgia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
Located at the corner of Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard and Oglethorpe Avenue, the Savannah Cultural Arts Center is a place where working artists and students of all ages can interact and participate in a love for the visual and performing arts. Completed in 2019, this approximately 42,000 SF facility includes a 400-seat performance hall, a black box theater, studios for dance and the arts, an art exhibit gallery, an outdoor performance space, and a partially restored Elbert Square.
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Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design at Georgia Tech received ENR Southeast’s 2020 Best Green Project Award!
The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design recently received the ENR Southeast’s 2020 Best Green Project Award! LONG was a proud member of Lord Aeck Sargent‘s team, providing civil engineering services for this ambitious green infrastructure project on Georgia Tech’s campus that was a Project of the Year finalist.
Embracing the most rigorous building performance standards in the world, the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design is a multi-disciplinary building intent on becoming the first Living Building Challenge certified facility in the Southeast.
This 47,000 s.f. building uses just one-third the energy of a similar building, generates more electricity than it uses on an annual basis from solar panels on its roof, and captures and treats rainwater for all purposes, including drinking. Nearly everything removed during construction was salvaged, recycled, or turned into another usable product. The project will serve as a living educational environment, providing hands-on learning opportunities that will be a model for the region and other identical environments worldwide.
Check out this project at https://lnkd.in/eNtVfkf!