This is the first full webisode for Eco Property. This is an example of a higher end project, which shows that the sky is the limit in terms of sustainable (green) building and innovation. The client’s house turned out to be a beautiful property, and even earned a LEED for Homes Platinum certification.
Making Ice House a Hot Property
Making Ice House a Hot Property This article was a case study on a LEED project we performed in the Fishtown section of Philadelphia for the The EnVision Group (1). The scope was to convert and old ice house (literally they sold blocks of ice) to a sustainable condominium complex, which earned a Gold certification….
Green Policies in Action
Green Policies in Action Lori Kasallis, a writer for the RSES Journal, gave us a nice plug in her expose on Green Innovation back in 2010. She directly quoted one of my previous articles on Indoor air quality “Green Building: The Inside Story (Benefits We Can Breathe In) (1). This is an important topic that…
Green Building: The Inside Story (Benefits We Can Breathe In)
Green Building: The Inside Story (Benefits We Can Breathe In) This article was co-written, by myself and a mentor, when I was the HVAC consultant on the first LEED certified project we performed back in 2009, earning a Silver certification. I concluded, after construction was finished, that indoor air quality was not only important for…
Need a PET/ CT Scan? You Deserve Maximum Comfort
Need a PET/ CT Scan? You Deserve Maximum Comfort A few years back, we performed a LEED certified interior renovation for the Abington Health Care Center in Willow Grove, PA. The project received a Silver certification from LEED and has continued to provide maximum comfort to the people within ever since.