Greenview Global was retained by EHB Companies as the LEED Consultant and Sustainability Strategist for the first stand-alone courthouse for the Nevada Supreme Court located in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The building was designed to achieve Gold certification under the US Green Building Council LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating system. The building will house chambers for Nevada Supreme Court justices as well as a 3-member Appeals Court which was approved by voters in 2014.
Greenview Global was retained by the general contractor, Martin Harris Construction to provide Sustainability Strategist and LEED Consulting services during the construction phase to ensure that the project would achieve its goal of LEED Gold certification. Greenview Global coordinated the sustainability documentation between the architect, the owner’s rep, Martin Harris and the subcontractors which will enable Konami Gaming to qualify for a significant property tax abatement under the Nevada Governor’s Office of Energy LEED green building incentive program.
Greenview Global principal Dave Ray provided professional consulting services as a Sustainability Advisor on a pro bono basis in 2013 for the Downtown Project’s 9th Street Bridge Charter School. The Downtown Project is a $350M urban development initiative founded by the CEO of Zappos, Tony Hsieh. The 9th Bridge School project involved a major renovation of an existing historic church and school in downtown Las Vegas.
The two story Office Building designed by Tate Snyder Kimsey Architects for the Bureau of Reclamation serving the Lower Colorado region draws on stylistic precedents from the historic buildings of the Date Street Campus in Boulder City, Nevada.The facility’s exceptional energy efficiency was achieved via daylighting strategies, efficient systems and equipment. Skylights and daylighting controls contribute over 80% of daytime lighting in regularly occupied spaces with 90% of these spaces having views to the exterior. Greenview Global principal, Daniel Huard served as the program manager and sustainability team lead on the project as a contracted subject matter expert to the Federal Government.
This challenging project located on a cliff adjacent to the historic Hoover Dam was designed by JMA Architecture provides educational exhibits for the visiting public and school groups. Exhibits include a tactile model of Hoover Dam and an interactive sustainability model of the building’s green elements. Greenview Global principal, Daniel Huard served as the program manager and sustainability team lead on the project as a contracted subject matter expert to the Federal Government.
PGAL Architects designed the Unit Maintenance Facility with a goal of a minimum 50-year building replacement life and each of the two buildings were required to achieve LEED Silver certification. Martin Harris was the general contractor on this design build project for the US Army Corps of Engineers. Greenview Global Principal Rick Van Diepen was the national sustainability manager and assisted on the LEED certification team while at PGAL Architects.
This sustainably designed campus housing facility by PGAL Architects includes numerous green building technologies that significantly reduce the water and energy usage for the Camp Lejeune base. Greenview Global principal Rick Van Diepen, LEED AP was the national sustainability manager at PGAL Architects and served on the pre-award design team as well as assisting the sustainability team on the LEED certification while at PGAL Architects.
Greenview Global principal Rick Van Diepen, LEED AP served as project manager and sustainability team lead while at PGAL Architects. This new generation of Bachelor Enlisted Quarters (BEQ’s) for the Marine Corps became a national model for aesthetic appeal, comfort, efficiency, amenities, sustainability and budget sensitivity throughout the Corps.
This innovative campus housing and dining facility project at the USMC base, Twentynine Palms, CA became a new model for enlisted quarters designed to improve the quality of life for enlisted Marines. The LEED Gold certified project utilized the design-build process to keep the construction on budget while maintaining a very tight design and construction schedule. Greenview Global principal Rick Van Diepen, LEED AP served as project manager and sustainability team lead while at PGAL Architects.
This LEED Silver certified facility consists of 225,000 square feet and 30 gates served by common passenger holding areas on the ticketing level. Greenview Global principal Rick Van Diepen, LEED AP served as the Sustainability Team lead while at PGAL Architects.