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Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

Developer: McCaffery Interests Architect: Antunovich Associates MEP Engineer: Lehman Design Structural Engineer: Matsen Ford Civil Engineer: Space Co. General Contractor: W.E. O’Neil Construction Company Commissioning Agent and LEED Consultant: AECOM Landscape Architect: Wolff Landscape Architecture View Larger Map By David Eldridge and Azmina Alimohd The Morgan at Loyola Station is a newly constructed residential building located at Arthur Street and Sheridan Road [...]

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Monday, May 10th, 2010

Developer: Chicago Custom Green Homes Architect: Northlight Architects Structural Engineer: The Structural Shop MEP Engineer: Creative Systems and Associates Wall Panel Manufacturer: ELFI Wall System By Abir Ali 1943 N. Albany is a sustainably-designed single-family spec house that achieves a Chicago Green Homes two-star rating. It is the first development by Lindsey Lee and Ben [...]

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Friday, May 7th, 2010

Project location: 168 Elm Ave., Elmhurst, IL 60126 Firm: de la fleur LLC Project Landscape Architect: Marcus de la fleur By Kareeshma Ali Quite often when it comes to implementation of innovative design, people shy away saying, “not in my backyard!” This “NIMBY” attitude was a big driver in the transformation of Marcus de la [...]

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Wednesday, April 7th, 2010
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5354 N. Paulina Architect: Alphonso Peluso, Vertex Architects, LLC By Jason La Fleur, LEED AP On a cold February day, Alphonso Peluso of Vertex Architects, LLC laughed when asked about his motivations for pursuing LEED certification. “We were doing all of the right things anyway, so we figured why not get LEED-certified as well?” During one [...]

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Tuesday, December 15th, 2009
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By Garratt Hasenstab Owners: Beth & Jim Masterson Architect: Sullivan Goulette & Wilson – www.sullivangoulette.com Engineer: dbHMS – www.dbhms.com Builder/ General Contractor: Crescent Rock – www.crescentrock.com The Masterson Residence, located at 735 West Willow St. in Lincoln Park, is a truly striking example of “Adaptive Reuse”—the greenest of green building practices. Projected for completion in [...]

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Friday, December 11th, 2009

By Rick Prohov Oct. 26, Evanston City Council voted 8-1 in favor of an ordinance requiring large new commercial buildings to meet the LEED Silver standard of green building. LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a comprehensive building rating and certification system maintained by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). The [...]

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