Below is a partial listing of LEED projects on Long Island. To submit your own LEED project for inclusion in our website, click here.

Melville, NY - The following is a description of the sustainable issues the new Leviton World Headquarters has addressed in achieving a LEED CI Certified rating:

The Brookhaven National Lab Research Support Building (RSB) in Upton has been awarded LEED Silver. The RSB is a 65,000 square foot office building that will house various administrative and support functions, such as the housing and transportation offices and the Credit Union.

The RSB is Brookhaven’s first LEED project. The BNL project manager took the appropriate training and examination to become a LEED (AP) Accredited Professional.

The Forchelli office space in the Omni Building in Uniondale has been awarded LEED Silver for Commercial Interiors Certification. They are the first office in Nassau County to be LEED certified.

The Westhampton Free Library, located in Westhampton Beach, has been awarded LEED Gold certification. The 2-story, 14,250 sq. ft. building faithfully replicates the original 100-year old historic library while providing twice the square footage and adding an outdoor reading garden.

The Library received 47 documented and approved points using LEED version 2.2.  

The Amityville Town Hall has been awarded LEED Gold Certification. The new three-story, 20,000 square-foot American Georgian-style building houses the Police Department, Village Administration Offices including the Building and Tax Departments, as well as the Justice Court and ancillary offices.

From the Village of Amityville website:

"Green" Awards for the new Village Hall!!

Village Hall has received significant recognition by local and regional leaders in energy efficiency development and has become an important catalyst for government leading by example.