The Escambia County One Stop Permit Center, located in Pensacola, Florida, became the first project in Escambia County to qualify for LEED status when it was completed in the summer of 2010. The 79,000 square foot building features services such as building inspections, environmental enforcement, fire safety, animal control, engineering and transportation services, all under one roof. Previously, these departments were housed in three separate buildings. Working closely with Petersen Aluminum’s Georgia facility, the project was value-engineered to control costs, switching from the Silver PAC-CLAD initially specified to unpainted Galvalume Plus. No loss of aesthetics here, as the complex still has plenty of curb appeal. As the project was an appropriate distance from any saltwater environment, Galvalume Plus was an ideal alternative to a PAC-CLAD Kynar finished product. Galvalume Plus offers a recycle content of 32.7%, 25.5% of which is post-consumer. The project utilized 30,000 square feet of Galvalume Plus, most notably the Snap-Clad panels used on the canopies and also as a wall panel. Petersen Flush panels were also used for the soffit areas. Installation contractor for this project was West Coast Roofing of Milton, FL, and supplied by Roofer’s Mart, Pensacola FL. Architect of Record was Walter Smith, Principal, Bay Design Associates Architects.