Projects

601 New Jersey Avenue

GreenShape conducted a sustainability assessment under the LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance rating system for 601 New Jersey Avenue, a multi-tenant office building in Washington DC. GreenShape provided initial technical guidance and project management support to develop LEED compliant programs, policies, and performance tracking tools. The project achieved LEED O+M Certification at the Gold level for Existing Buildings (v2009) in 2011.

Inova Lorton HealthPlex, Lorton, VA

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GreenShape was responsible for sustainability and LEED management for the design and construction of the new Inova Lorton HealthPlex. The 50,200 square foot complex includes an emergency department, outpatient radiology and exam space, and a second floor shell space to be fit out as a future outpatient surgery floor. The project achieved LEED certification in 2014.

Fiterman Hall, New York, NY

GreenShape has managed the Fiterman Hall project’s LEED compliance, in keeping with New York Executive Order 111, for the design team of Pei Cobb Freed + Partners. GreenShape provided full support during the design and construction of a new academic facility to replace the original 15-story facility damaged in the World Trade Center Collapse of September 11, 2001. The building includes classrooms, computer labs, offices, library, physical education, assembly and meeting rooms. GreenShape helped to educate the owner on the issue of persistent toxic chemicals associated with PVC, which influenced the commitment to eliminate its use and utilize linoleum and other sustainable alternatives within the project. The project was awarded LEED NC Silver certification in 2014.

Concordia Hotel, Washington, D.C.

GreenShape provided sustainability consulting services to the architect for the renovation and rehabilitation of the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Concordia Hotel Building. The renovation of this existing 95,000 SF, ten story apartment building in Washington, DC, included 125 studio apartments to be used as short-term stay executive training housing facilities for a diverse international community. Key sustainable strategies for the project included automatic shut-off features in guest rooms, which required the insertion of a guest’s keycard to turn on light and energy systems in the room. GreenShape supported the LEED certification process from design through construction, including providing an Energy Model for the project.  The projected achieved LEED for New Construction certification at the Gold level in 2014.

Washington Canal Park

GreenShape worked with the Canal Park Development Association to guide the design team in the pursuit of LEED Platinum certification for this project. Canal Park will transform an abandoned and contaminated bus parking lot into a sustainable park for area residents and visitors.  The project, which includes an ice rink, interactive and monumental water fountains and a destination restaurant, will achieve a 40% reduction in water by using low flow fixtures and rainwater collection and reuse strategies. The project was awarded LEED Gold certification in 2014.

Cardozo High School, Washington, D.C.

GreenShape is guiding the sustainable major modernization of the historic Cardozo High School, a DC Public School originally constructed in 1916. The project includes new interiors, the addition of a new gymnasium and natatorium, as well as the replacement or upgrade of building systems to ensure efficient operation. The new facility will provide bright and healthy classrooms and public spaces for students and the community. The project is seeking LEED for Schools Gold certification.

DC Consolidated Forensics Laboratory

GreenShape served as the LEED consultant for the 233,500 square foot DC Consolidated Forensic Laboratory project during design, leading the effort to create a cutting-edge, science facility designed to provide the District of Columbia with critical public safety and health science infrastructure to house the Department of Forensic Sciences and the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. Originally targeting LEED Gold, GreenShape helped DGS and the project team to achieve LEED NC Platinum certification in 2013.

New Sibley Cancer Center

GreenShape provided sustainability consulting and LEED guidance for the design through construction of the Sibley Cancer Center, a new 37,000 SF health facility in Washington, DC. The project installed a green roof, visible from the patient tower, in the interest of providing the best possible environment. Special attention was directed towards superior indoor air quality for patients, making low-emitting materials and green cleaning measures a priority. The project achieved LEED NC Gold certification in 2013.

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Sibley Cancer Center, Washington, DC

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GreenShape is providing sustainability consulting and LEED guidance for the design through construction of a new 37,000 SF health facility.

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Sibley Patient Tower, Washington, DC

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GreenShape is guiding the construction of a new 225,000 square foot Patient Tower on the campus of Sibley Memorial Hospital.