Walt Disney World Resort is home to a Net Zero Energy McDonald’s restaurant designed by Ross Barney Architects. McDonald’s aims to become the first Net Zero Energy energy quick service restaurant, and the Disney Flagship location is the first step in this direction. Hallo Kebony Shou Sugi Ban cladding by ReSAWN Timber co. outfits the exterior of the building, and aligns with McDonalds’ sustainability goals. The cladding is also durable enough to withstand the warm and humid Florida climate. Solar panels cover the restaurant’s roof, which is an optimal energy-efficient choice in this warm and sunny area. Through sustainable architecture and technology that promotes environmental responsibility, the restaurant is an excellent example of what is possible in the quick service industry.