MADISON, Wis. β€” Now that Hy-Vee has begun construction on its first planned LEED-certified (Leadership in Environmental Design) store here, the second one should be much easier, according to Jeffrey Markey, assistant vice president of engineering and construction at the West Des Moines, Iowa-based chain. β€œThe biggest challenge has probably been the increase in paperwork, and the time in managing the design and construction process to make sure that we will receive all the credits from the ...

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