January 20, 2012 Energy Air Share this post EnviroFocus Technologies was awarded LEED Gold certification for its newly constructed Hygiene Building, located in Tampa, Fla. Energy Air, Inc. completed the installation of a complete heating and cooling system, which included two, 50-ton split systems, VAV boxes, stainless steel ductwork and fiberglass duct to exhaust chemical fumes in the lab. The 26,525 square feet building included office space supporting the existing battery plant as well as lab space. EnviroFocus disassembles, recycles and processes lead from lead-acid batteries and other lead-bearing material. Most of the reclaimed and refined lead is used in new automotive and industrial batteries. Energy Air, Inc., recently named fourth largest specialty contractor in central Florida, has completed the heating and air conditioning system installation for numerous LEED projects, including those built according to LEED Platinum, Gold, Silver and Certification design standards. The company has LEED Accredited engineering and project management professionals on staff. Learn more about Energy Air’s LEED project experience.