We toured Thursday, July 23 from 10 to 11 am at the Aileron Center for Business Excellence just north of Dayton, OH. From all reports this is a “Can’t Miss” LEED Project and is!
The Branding Seminar ran from 8 to 10 am and included breakfast. Go to http://www.aileron.net/ for more information.
From their site, “About Aileron
In the words of Clay Mathile, former owner of The Iams Company, ‘To be a successful entrepreneur, you must have unwavering faith and commitment to your dreams, no matter how many obstacles are put in your path.’ Helping you achieve those dreams and becoming a champion of free enterprise are the foundation upon which Aileron was built.
Our mission is simple: to create an environment for owners of private enterprise to implement professional management. To achieve that mission, we’ve developed a variety of services tailored to the specific needs of the private business owner. From a state-of-the-art campus and one-on-one consulting services to our popular Course for Presidents and other programs and workshops, you’ll find the resources you need to plan for a successful future.
Questions? Phone: Toll-Free: 1-888-880-6139 | Greater Dayton: 937-669-6500 | Email Mail: 8860 Wildcat Road, Dayton, OH 45371 | Fax: 937-667-4970″
Aileron is a good example of a green field project that is sensitive to the surroundings with native plantings, road side drainage gravel and sweeping mounds formed into the site.
The buildings are arranged in a U shape facing the sun with solar shading and a pond. The project’s materials include polished native limestone. The parking lot has three electric charging stations. Overall, Aileron is one of the finest regional examples Green Cincinnati has toured of a commercial building demonstrating sustainable building practices in a new structure which reflects its sustainable goals and is unified in its siting, construction and the purpose of the campus which is a business think tank and management coaching non-profit. It even processes all of its black water on site.
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