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  • Erosion and Sedimentation Control
  • Site Selection
  • Urban Redevelopment
  • Brownfield Redevelopment
  • Alternative Transportation
  • Reduced Site Disturbance
  • Stormwater Management
  • Exterior Design to Reduce Heat Islands
  • Light Pollution Reduction
  • Water Efficient Landscaping
  • Storage and Collection of Recyclables
  • Regional Materials

LEED Representative Projects:

  • Aileron Center for Entrepreneurial Education, Dayton, Ohio - LEED Gold Certified
  • College Hill Elementary School Renovations, Cincinnati, Ohio - pursuing LEED Silver
  • Creative Technology Accelerator Dayton, Ohio - LEED Gold Certified
  • Creative Technology Accelerator II, Dayton, Ohio – LEED  registered
  • Emersion Design Headquarters, Norwood, Ohio – LEED Platinum Certified
  • Hartwell Elementary School, Cincinnati, Ohio - pursuing LEED Silver
  • Metropolitan Sewer District, Office Building,Cincinnati, Ohio - LEED Gold Certified
  • Mt. Washington Elementary School, Cincinnati, Ohio – pursuing LEED Silver
  • NASA Glenn Research Center, Main Gate Security Project, Gate House, Cleveland, Ohio - pursuing LEED Silver
    * LEED Project Team Administrator
  • NASA Glenn Research Center, Shipping and Receiving Facility,Cleveland, Ohio – pursuing LEED Silver
    * LEED Project Team Administrator
  • Northern Kentucky University College of Informatics, Highland Heights, Kentucky - pursuing LEED Silver
  • Oyler Elementary School, Cincinnati, Ohio – pursuing LEED Silver
  • Sayler Park Elementary School, Cincinnati, Ohio – pursuing LEED Silver
  • Southdale Nature Center,Kettering, Ohio
  • University of Louisville Bio-Medical III, Louisville, Kentucky LEED Gold Certified
  • Westwood Elementary School, Cincinnati, Ohio – pursuing LEED Silver

Representative Green Infrastructure Projects:

  • Aileron Center for Entrepreneurial Education – pervious grass paving, bio-retention swales, wetland creation, native grass/wildflower prairie, stream sedimentation trap, wildlife habitats including underwater,
    Green infrastructure education, LEED Gold certified

  • Ault Park, Stormwater Management – stormwater velocity and quantity controls; channel stabilization measures; and small detention pools

  • Diamond Oaks – roof rainwater catchment system using 5,700 gallon above-ground tank for irrigation; drainage channel check dams for stormwater velocity control; rain garden

  • Diehl Park – rain garden and porous paving
  • E. Milo Beck Park – bio swales
  • Elder High School Parking Lot Expansion – underground stormwater detention, slow release
  • Fountain Square – vegetated roof over parking garage
  • General Electric Building 800 Parking Lot – rain gardens
  • Hilton Hotel Extended Stay Prototype, Nationwide – pervious paving
  • Kentucky Horse Park – bio swales
  • Louisville Metropolitan Housing Authority – green roof
  • Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnati Green Streets – bio swales; rain gardens; vegetated curb extension;  permeable pavers; underground stormwater detention with infiltration and slow release; planters with rainwater catchment reservoirs
  • Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati, Office Building – vegetated roof, rain garden; LEED Gold Certified
  • NASA Glenn Research Center, Gate House – rain garden
  • Northern Kentucky University, College of Informatics – green roof
  • Northern Kentucky University, Library – vegetated roof over library basement
  • Norton Brownsboro Hospital – green roof
  • Pondview Park – wetland creation; stream sedimentation trap; educational signage; helical deck piers
  • Shawnee State University Athletic Field Complex – rain garden
  • Southdale Nature Center – green infrastructure education; rain garden; rainwater harvesting
  • Techtown Central Park – rain gardens
  • Techtown Creative Technology Accelerator – rain garden, roof garden, LEED Silver certified
  • Techtown Northwest Parking Lot & Building G – rain gardens, rooftop garden
  • University of Cincinnati, Zimmer Plaza – vegetated roof
  • University of Louisville, Bio-Medical Building III – water efficient drip irrigation, LEED Gold certified
  • Wegerzyn Metropark Entrance – vegetated retaining wall
  • Wyoming School – rain garden; educational signage