MSU retained the GBC team to act as their LEED consultant and review and coordinate LEED design and construction credit submissions with the AOR and GC. The project has reached LEED Silver and is seeking Gold. Construction was completed the end of 2015. This is a 100,000sf new Center for Environmental and Life Sciences (CELS) building for the University.
We worked with the University to oversee integration of LEED principles and submit documentation for certification of two new 25,000 student residence life buildings which achieved LEED Silver certification. We were involved with the design and construction administration phases to oversee the process. Green features include use of SIP walls and roof, energy star windows & doors and sustainable finishes.
We worked with the University to oversee integration of LEED principles and submit documentation for certification of this new 250,000 academic building housing the architecture, design and arts programs. The building achieved LEED Silver certification. We were involved with the design and construction administration phases to provide design input and construction oversight of the LEED measures. Our services included energy modeling, CFD modeling, LEED integration and management, commissioning, and team education. Green features of the building include use of well insulated building envelope, sustainable finishes, daylighting, high efficiency LED lighting and individual occupant controls.
Jason worked with Suez North American and the design and construction team to identify LEED goals, integrate requirements into the design documents, and oversee the construction process to document implementation and achieve a LEED Gold certification, exceeding the expectations for Silver from the client. The 105,000sf gut office headquarters renovation, spanning two floors, was completed in 2015. Green features include LED lighting throughout, sustainable interior finishes, attention to indoor air quality during construction, and purchase of carbon offsets for 100% of the company's energy use.
Jason worked with the Owner, Design Team and Contractor to develop sustainability goals for the project, integrate the LEED requirements into the design documents, and oversee construction to ensure the successful LEED Gold certification of the 15,000sf addition and 70,000 renovation of the existing 1923 building. Green features include a 20kW rooftop PV system, 15,000sf green roof on the addition, reduction in storm water runoff of 30% through a combination of green roof, rainwater gardens and porous pavement in the parking lot, extensive daylighting, low flow toilet fixtures and sustainable interior finishes.
Jason worked with the Hartz Mountain Industries leadership to develop and implement a plan which resulted in a LEED EB Silver certification on its existing 250,000sf corporate headquarters in Secaucus New Jersey. Green feature included an Energy Star certification, installation installation of building management system, renovation of bathrooms to use low flow fixtures, and implementation of a green cleaning program.