How are developers adapting to the modern tenant? Are co-working spaces a passing fad, or a sign of changing times? What innovations are design firms implementing to accommodate the explosion of tech companies?
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On May 5th, 2017 CodeGreen Solutions' Lisa Bolle and Jonathon Matle will appear on a panel to discuss unconventional LEED-EB case studies, while Harry Etra moderates.
Pushing the Boundary of LEED: Unconventional LEED-EB project case studies East Coast building stock is primarily existing. Many of these buildings have unique attributes that some considered to be barriers to entry from the LEED for Existing Buildings rating system such as project type, size, or age.
Attendees will learn from sustainability consultants on how they were able to navigate the LEED-EB Rating System for unusual existing buildings. The presentations focus on JFK Terminal 4 (airport terminal), 485 Lexington Avenue (LEED-EB v4), and a building pursuing the LEED Performance Score recertification path. Attendees will leave with the ideas and tools of how to make unusual buildings work within the LEED-EB and LEED Performance Scores programs.
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On February 28, 2017, Christopher Kinlen Senior Commissioning Engineer for CodeGreen Solutions presented at the NYC Energy Conservation CODE. The Master Class covered building mechanical systems He presented on analyzing and optimizing building systems by ensuring they are installed, operated and functioning as intended. To learn more about the event click here.
The NYC Mayor's Office of Sustainability launched the NYC Carbon Challenge for Commercial Owners and Tenants today. This program builds off the successes of prior carbon challenges for universities, hospitals, hotels and multifamily buildings and includes 10 large landlords and 12 large commercial tenants totaling over 58 million square feet of property in the city who have pledged to reduce their carbon footprints by at least 30% over the next 10 years. CodeGreen is proud to be working with many of these landlords and tenants to reduce their carbon footprints, lower energy costs and improve the environment. The aggregate reductions in this program could save landlords and tenants over $50 million. See the full press release HERE