Creating a Legacy, not a Carbon Footprint

Shaw is equipped to support your project’s needs for capturing natural energy sources like wind, solar and geothermal ground sources. We minimize environmental impacts on our projects with innovative building practices that are implemented on each of our project sites.

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Working in a Fragile Environment

Working in a location that is surrounded by public lands, SHAW Wyoming understands how important and fragile the environment is in Teton County. We strive to be stewards of the environment and apply LEED building standards to all of our projects. Our goal is to run each project as efficiently as possible in order to minimize impact while ensuring waste recycling is available on every jobsite.

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Shaw was the recipient of the first LEED Pilot Program awards in 1999 for our innovative work at the Sundeck facility on top of Aspen Mountain. This facility has won several national awards.
Shaw constructed the Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club’s 12,000 sf, year-round clubhouse according to the U.S. Green Building Council’s Gold-level LEED for New Construction criteria. This project embodies state-of-the-art strategies for sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.