Sustainable Construction

Hedrick Brothers Construction is committed to assisting our clients in the development and implementation of their environmental and sustainable construction goals. Sustainable projects accomplish the goal of green building through improving human health and the environment, while providing life-cycle cost savings.



From intelligent design to the use of building sciences, we have a team of green building experts on hand that can address all of our client’s needs from pre-construction through construction. This includes an in-house sustainable construction manager, engineers, and an extensive database of green building experts such as material providers, high-performance glass and solar panel manufacturers. We are a proactive partner that will propose cost-effective intelligent solutions that benefit the project throughout the buildings lifespan.


LEED Projects

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Palm Beach State College Tech Ed Center
Belle Glade, FL
LEED NC2.2

Solid Waste Authority Visitor Center
West Palm Beach, FL
LEED NC V2009

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Pratt & Whitney NA2 Assembly Building
Jupiter, FL
LEED NC V2009

EcoPlex at Centrepark West
West Palm Beach, FL
LEED CS2.0

Northboro Elementary School
West Palm Beach, FL
LEED for Schools

EcoCentre, The Living Building
Lake Worth, FL
LEED NC2.1

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Gove Elementary School
Belle Glade, FL
LEED for Schools

City of West Palm Beach Fire Station #4
West Palm Beach, FL
LEED V3 (in progress)

FDOT Weigh In Motion Station
Martin County, FL
LEED NC2.2

Mark Lance Armory Center
St. Augustine, FL
LEED NC V2009

It is our company’s vision to create a more sustainable future, and it is our obligation to recommend to the owner cost-effective green building solutions that will save money and resources, whether it be through reduced upfront costs or throughout the project’s life cycle.  Active technologies such as photovoltaic arrays and lighting controls to passive design features such as window glazing with a low solar heat gain coefficient and highly insulated building envelope with overhangs and to all contribute to efficient use of electrical resources.