Addressing the need for more environmentally friendly commercial spaces, The Beacon Projects Group has completed its 860 Canal project, which is now called The Village. The business arcade is located at 4 Star Point, Stamford, CT, and features nearly 1,000 feet of walkable marina.
More details can be found at https://beaconprojects.com/commercial-projects/the-village-stamford
The newly completed project solidifies the position of the group as an agile construction management company, constantly innovating to meet the demands of the ever-changing business climate. Its president, Frank J. Mullaney, CCM, LEED AP, explains that modern construction strategies now emphasize the need for practical and measurable strategies for environmental stewardship.
The Village has achieved LEED V4 Certification, which is the improved standard for green building development offered by the U.S. Green Building Council. This means that the development provides high-performance requirements for environmentally friendly construction, including sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection, and indoor environmental quality.
To date, only a few buildings in the state are classified under V4 due to its rigorous testing protocols and high-performance standards. The Beacons Projects Group says that its latest project heralds a new age in construction management, especially for commercial developments.
The company said that it wishes to thank the following contractors and consultants, whose efforts contributed to the project’s completion: Pappajohn Company, General Contractor, 4 Elements Group, LEED Consultant, CPG Architects, DeStefano & Chamberlain, Inc., Structural Engineer, GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc., Geotechnical Engineer, Eric Rains Landscape Architecture, LLC, Goldstick Lighting Design, LTD, Redniss & Mead, Inc., Civil Engineer, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc., Mechanical Engineer, and The Wheelhouse Group, LLC.
The group said it is planning future commercial and residential projects that feature environmentally aware initiatives. It regularly posts updates on its ongoing projects on its website.
A spokesperson for the company said, “We aim to provide oversight and coordination as a construction manager of a construction project from an owner’s perspective. We outsource resources for commercial, industrial, residential, municipal, institutional, and religious building projects in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://beaconprojects.com/commercial-projects/the-village-stamford
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