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This 1-story commercial office building was purchased in June 2022 by Chuck Merritt to become the new home for his company, Merritt Environmental Consulting Corporation.  The building is 4,710 square feet and sits on a plot size of .41 acres.  The building underwent renovations while pursuing the LEED v4 Commercial Interiors project scope.  As part of the LEED project, the building was fitted with materials that are made from both pre-consumer and post-consumer recyclables from floor to ceiling.  Locally sourced barnwood was reclaimed and used as a design element, prolonging its lifespan an

Grow NYC’s greenmarket regional food hub takes a sustainable approach to support their environmental mission.

bld architecture is designing a new 75,000 gsf cold storage distribution center in the hunts point section of the bronx, ny. the greenmarket company has been connecting local upstate farmers with nyc communities since 2012 to help keep fresh, healthy food affordable. the new distribution center includes large loading dock spaces and cold refrigerated storage for the distribution of locally grown fruits and vegetables at wholesale distribution level.

LEED Level Achieved: Certified
Square Footage: 5,574
Building Type: Healthcare / Outpatient
Rating System: NC v2009
LEED Consultant: The Cotocon Group

This newly constructed Long Island location extends Westy's tri-state footprint into northern Suffolk County, Long Island NY.  The East Northport location is a brand new 139,120 square foot building, providing over 1,200 storage units.

The design of Huntington Hospital’s new Emergency Department uses a holistic approach to sustainability. The design focuses on extensive water use reduction, solar orientation, strong energy performance, enhanced commissioning, low-emitting materials and extensive construction waste management. Collectively, these measures helped the project earn a LEED Gold certification.

This multifunction community center in Patchogue, NY will help the Long Island headquarters of the LGBT Network continue their mission of providing a safe space and resource for thousands in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community on Long Island.

The owner of this project is an Independent Broker Dealer whose principals attended a local USGBC chapter training class in green buildings back in 2012. Shortly after that they purchased an existing building with the goal of creating a green and sustainable workplace for their staff to move into. Electric car charging stations were installed and the owners have also made them available to their neighbors. The stations were funded in part by a NYSERDA grant which offset 85% of the direct material cost.

The Sunset Green Home in Long Island, New York – once a charming 1940s cottage resting five feet above sea level – was damaged by Hurricane Irene in 2011 and decimated by Hurricane Sandy in 2012. In 2015, however, the tide is turning as the home is being rebuilt as the first certified LEED® Platinum home in Long Island. According to homeowner Kim Erle, who is also a LEED AP and team leader on the sustainable, energy-efficient renovation, moisture management was a top-of-mind issue as blueprints were drawn and building materials specified. The issue took precedence for good reason, too.

Viana Hotel and Spa, a member of the exclusive Small Luxury Hotels of the World and Long Island’s only green built feng shui hotel, is located in the heart of Long Island. Designed to provide a soothing environment, all spaces are inspired by the ancient art of feng shui paired with state-of-the-art technology, and imbued with a vibrant sense of joy and harmony.

As an eco-friendly, LEED green hotel, the Viana Hotel & Spa has made an unwavering commitment to sustainability with a number of eco-friendly initiatives in place.

No buildings impact the health of their occupants more directly than healthcare facilities and that is why IDHC (Island Digestive Health Center), has been awarded LEED® Silver Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council and the Green Building Certification Institute. LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) that is for their state-of-the-art Endoscopy Pavilion. . LEED is the nation’s preeminent program for the design, construction and operation of high-performance green buildings.