ECM was the program and construction manager for this 100-acre industrial facility campus in Juarez, Mexico, which includes several buildings with more than 400,000 sq. ft. of production areas, clean rooms, and recreational areas. Lexmark manufactures printer toner cartridges for distribution throughout the world. The $7 million, 100,000 sq. ft. LCCP Building includes manufacturing areas, warehouses, administrative offices, restrooms, a nursery, kitchen, and an employee cafeteria. This building was the first manufacturing plant in Mexico to obtain the LEED certification and the first LEED Gold project in the El Paso – Juarez metropolitan area. Main sustainability highlights of this project include a 45% annual water savings, 25% energy savings and 13% use of reuse and salvaged material. As a construction manager, ECM verified that the contractor complied with its responsibilities toward LEED certification, including the implementation of Indoor Air Quality Management Plan, Construction Waste Management Plan, and the preparation of LEED-related documentation through the submittal process.