Sustainability / LEED

East Harding has constructed twelve USGBC LEED certified projects.  

Sustainable Design and Construction integrates site location, water efficiency, energy and atmosphere, materials and resources and indoor environmental quality very early into the design and construction process.  The benefits to our clients are higher efficiency lighting and HVAC systems, lower utility bills, lower maintenance costs, better on-site water management, more efficient building water systems, improved indoor air quality, as well as improved employee health and productivity.

East Harding incorporates these sustainable criteria into every project and, best of all, your project does not need to be LEED or Green Globe-certified to be energy efficient with a lower cost of operations and maintenance over the life-cycle of your building.

UALR Center for Integrative Nanotechnology Sciences-Workforce Diversity/Sustainability

UA-Little Rock

Center for Integrative Nanotechnolgy Sciences


Little Rock 12th Street Station/ES/WFD

City of Little Rock | 12th Street Station


Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church-Sustainability

Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church


The U. S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and the Green Building Initiative (GBI/Green Globes) are leading the sustainable building movement, which focuses on the intentional use of renewable materials, healthy design and construction methods, and high-efficiency systems.


East Harding Construction

2230 Cottondale Lane
Suite 3
Little Rock, AR.  72202

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