FAIRFIELD, Iowa — Hy-Vee is planning to open its second store seeking LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification here on Monday, replacing an older store in this town. West Des Moines, Iowa-base Hy-Vee opened its first LEED store in 2009 in Madison, Wis. — a store that qualified as a LEED Gold project. To qualify for LEED certification, buildings must meet certain criteria in terms of energy savings and use of sustainable building materials. The new, ...

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