The Brighton Elder Activity Center is not just any facility – it’s a stunning 15,775 sq. ft. building that caters to the needs of the elder community of the Seminole Tribe of Florida on the Brighton Reservation, and serves as the headquarters for the Seminole Tribe’s Department of Elder Services. But that’s not all – this project is also packed with innovative sustainable features, including low-volume plumbing fixtures, a cistern system that collects rainwater for the toilets, and a lighting control system that adjusts to optimize natural light and conserve energy. To top it all off, over 75% of the construction waste was diverted from landfills to recycling facilities. It’s no wonder that the Brighton Elder Activity Center is now proudly LEED Gold Certified by the United States Green Building Council.