According to the release, CCB, opened in 1962, is a 28-story office complex that houses many of the key government offices for the city and county as well as the county courthouse and Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
A total of 89 applications came from many of the country’s leading design and construction firms, engineering firms, universities and state agencies, and Ashkin was one of 25 selected to participate in the project, the release stated.
Ashkin, the leading advocate for green cleaning and sustainability,
said: "My role in the project is to help the facility transfer to green cleaning as well as become more sustainable. Like many cities, Indianapolis is now actively becoming more environmentally responsible
The Greening of the CCB, as it is being called, is a year-long project designed to make the complex more energy, water and resource efficient, all of which city officials believe will save taxpayers money and improve the local environment, the release noted.