PHOTOS: MAY 1st & 3rd – NYSES REsiliency NYC Tour01 May 2014, Posted by Events in
Robert Scarano, Jr., Architect, Scarano Architects PLLC
May 1, 2014, 5:30 – 8:30pm May 3, 1PM
110 York Street, 5th Floor, DUMBO, Brooklyn
Tour of Bright ‘n’ Green, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
($20 donation to the Nature Conservancy)
The May 1st program provided an overview of Passive House and Green Roof design as applied by leading practitioners in their fields.
May 1, 2014, 5:30 – 8:30pm
May 3, 1PM
Scarano Architect PLLC is an established, award-winning firm, with a highly dedicated and skilled staff that carries out a wide range of building types, handling dozens of projects per year. Robert Scarano is a Passive House design consultant, a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Society of American Registered Architects (SARA), and is the long-standing chair of the Design Action Committee of the Brooklyn Chapter of the AIA.Jamison Hinder, Project Manager, Greensulate
Jamison holds a Business Management degree from Embry-Riddle University, and has experience in business development, horticulture, and construction. As a Greensulate Project Manager, Jamison has developed over 50,000 sf of vegetative roofs and walls. Greensulate is a leader of integrated design, engineering, installation and maintenance of Green Roof Systems for the residential, commercial, and industrial markets.Sam McAfee, Principal
sg.BUILD is the passionate pursuit of building efficiency by its founder, Sam McAfee whose diverse background includes contracting, architecture, programming, visual design, sculpture, industrial design, and material science. sg.BUILD brings a new high performance approach to building which costs less than the old and inefficient methods we current employ, and offers a dramatic cost reduction while achieving greatly enhanced interior air quality, comfort and long-term energy savings.
Then on the 3rd we held a tour showcasing Bright ‘n Green’s Passive House and storm resiliency design features.
Attendees:Pay NYSES with PayPal here. Refreshments will be served.
Tour attendees donate $20 to the Nature Conservancy.