Grace Hebert Curtis is committed to promoting sustainable design.
Whether a client decides to be LEED certified or not, we help educate them on the benefits of sustainability and the values it reflects. The Grace Hebert Curtis headquarters in Baton Rouge is Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certified, and an excellent example of the high calibre of sustainable design we can bring to your project.
Other LEED certified projects completed by Grace Hebert Curtis Architects include the new Coca-Cola bottling facility in Baton Rouge which was the first LEED certified plant in the world for the company. Also, the Armed Forces Reserve Center & Field Maintenance Shop has a rich historic style and reflects traditional Louisiana architecture while maintaining a LEED certification.