Tag: adaptive reuse
The world’s longest elevated pedestrian loop, the Treetop Trail makes use of the zoo’s original monorail which was retired in 2013.
The construction industry needs to see a strong link between the conservation of resources and cost savings.
The historic redevelopment “The Thread” in Rock Hill, SC is the largest available adaptive reuse project in the Carolinas.
Design retailer Blu Dot's newest location is an example of sensitivity to local context, as well as a showcase for adaptive reuse and sustainable design.
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures has been awarded LEED Gold Certification by the USGBC for Building Design and Construction.
In Moorestown, NJ, designing a cancer care center included both existing and new elements.
Rather than demolishing an abandoned Rhode Island property and starting from scratch, architects transformed it into a LEED Gold-certified, Class A office building masterpiece.
Degradation of building envelope performance contributes to wasted energy, poor thermal comfort, and subpar indoor air quality.
Ensure desired results for a new or improved facility by tapping the expertise of building envelope consultants.