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Robert LiMandri Explains 5 Reasons You Should Always Hire a Code Consultant

October 17, 2018 | Code Advisory, Publications

Post Written by Maia Welbel, gb&d and featured on gb&d.com.

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4 Vidaris Projects receive AIANY 2017 Design Awards

Commercial Observer - Hudson Yards Stakeholders Dive into NYC's 'Newest Neighborhood'

April 11, 2018 | Publications, Events

HPDC - Product Transparency Requires a Deeper Look at Factors Behind Scores and Other Performance Criteria Screens

The Durst Organization’s three multifamily, mixed-use buildings establish a new set of green building goals

The Durst Organization (TDO) has a long history of developing environmentally responsible office towers and residential buildings that reduce energy and water consumption, incorporate innovative design strategies and technologies, and promote the well-being of their occupants. In 2012, at the onset of developing three new multifamily, mixed-use buildings in New York City, the project consultant team developed a new set of company-specific green building goals for TDO that combined lessons learned from previous green projects with new environmental initiatives.

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Art Market "Collectors reserve space as NY's first art freeport prepares for summer launch"

Assessing the Carbon-Saving Value of Retrofitting versus Demolition and New Construction at the United Nations Headquarters

After almost a decade of discussion and debate, in 2007 the United Nations initiated a multi‐year
renovation of its New York City headquarters, the Capital Master Plan (CMP). The CMP was the most
extensive renovation program for the United Nations campus since the project’s initial construction in
the early 1950’s.

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BLDUP: Vidaris, Impacting Boston’s Future Skyline Update

March 16, 2017 | Building Envelope, Publications

The Synergist - Introducing Health Product Declarations; New Tool Facilitates Informed Choices in Building Design

The Health Product Declaration (HPD) Open Standard is a leading tool for reporting and disclosing the contents of building products and associated health information. Akin to, but more detailed and comprehensive than, a Safety Data Sheet (SDS), the HPD helps architects and building design teams make informed choices and avoid inherent chemical hazards. By providing for a single reporting standard that is open for everyone to use, it also reduces the burden for manufacturers, who to date have been fielding a host of unique requests from designers regarding the composition of their products.
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USGBC NJ Names Prudential Tower a Future of Sustainability Award Winner

Vidaris ranked 7th of Top Facade Consultants for the World’s Tallest 100 Buildings

October 13, 2016 | Publications, Awards