WHEN SEWARD CO-OP GROCERY AND DELI in Minneapolis made the decision to move to a larger location, it also decided to reposition its commitment to environmentally friendly facilities. “Our board, staff, member-owners and the community were all asking for it,” said Sean Doyle, Seward's general manager. “We wanted the most green building possible, and the LEED process appeared to be the best course for us.” The co-op decided to aim for Gold-level certification from the U.S. Green Building ...

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