Department of Sustainability
In January 2008, Marshfield announced the creation of the Department of Environmental Sustainability. The driving purpose of this department
is to provide the architectural and design community along with our customers and prospects with an informed resource to help them navigate and
understand the various requirements of building “green.”
Navigating the complexities of sustainable building practices can be a daunting task. That’s why we created a place for our customers to go
to for the latest guidelines on how architectural doors can impact a building project.
Led by Judy Landwehr, a LEED green associate, with over 35 years of experience in the wood door manufacturing industry, the Department of Sustainability
•Maintain Marshfield DoorSystems 3rd party environmental product certifications
for recycled content, FSC Chain of Custody, and finished product VOC emissions.
and help to develop tools to facilitate environmental product documentation requirements.
•Deliver educational courses to architects, interior designers, LEED Accredited
Professionals, and door distributors on various topics including; sustainable
building practices including environmental standards and codes and the
LEED Rating Systems. Educational sessions on various other topics are also available.
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•Provide FSC Chain of Custody certification assistance to Marshfield DoorSystems door distributors
•Offer technical assistance on Marshfield DoorSystems product offerings
It is critical that our Department of Sustainability continues to stay at the forefront of the green building movement. To that end,
Landwehr is a Member of the WDMA Standards and Codes Committee, is a participant on the FSC US Great Lakes Steering Committee
and has published articles in the Door and Hardware Industry magazine relating to environmental wood doors and LEED and
flush wood door specification evaluation.