Success Stories


Terrell Place, Washington, DC
LEED for Existing Buildings: Platinum
This iconic 522,000 SF building was the first trophy office building to achieve LEED for Existing Buildings Platinum certification in Washington, DC. Read More



455 Massachusets Avenue, Washington, DC
LEED for Existing Buildings: Platinum
This 10 story multi-tenant building is located on a 2 acre project site in the heart of the Mount Vernon Triangle district in Washington, DC.  The owners sought to implement a program to drive efficiency, improve operations and maximize the occupant experience in the building. Read More



750 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD
LEED for Existing Buildings: Gold
This 364,177 SF Class A multi-tenant office building reduced annual energy consumption by 42%, thus increasing the ENERGY STAR score from 26 to 76 in 12 months. Read More



Beacon Capital Partners, VA/DC/MD
LEED for Existing Buildings: Silver
Cassidy Turley oversaw the LEED for Existing Buildings Silver certification for 10 assets exceeding 2.5 million SF for Beacon Capital Partners. This process included the development of a virtual project management platform to help manage these projects. Read More



Cassidy Turley St. Louis Office, St. Louis, MO
LEED for Commercial Interiors: Gold
At Cassidy Turley’s St. Louis office, 75% of the construction waste was recycled or salvaged, over 20% of potable water consumption was reduced, and natural lighting and outdoor views were maximized for all spaces. Read More



The Westory, Washington, DC
LEED for Existing Buildings: Gold
The Westory is a 273,111 SF multi-tenant office building which became the first multi-tenant LEED EB Recertification in Washington, DC. This building reduced energy consumption by over 20% from 2008 to 2012. Read More



500 New Jersey Avenue, Washington, DC
LEED for Existing Buildings: Gold 
In 2005, when this iconic building was constructed, it was the District’s first privately owned building to achieve LEED for New Construction Silver certification. In demonstrating its compliance for LEED for Existing Buildings, this building reduced irrigation potable water consumption by 100% and reduced restroom portable water consumption by 36%. Read More