BERKS COUNTY WOMEN IN CRISIS

The Berks Women in Crisis Center earned a LEED NC v2.2 Silver certification for its sustainable efforts to create a safe, welcoming environment for victims of domestic and sexual violence. Re:Vision acted as the LEED Consultant and lead a five-day integrated design charrette. Smart design choices, like a long east-west axis and tight envelope assemblies,… More

SOUTH PHILA HEALTH & LITERACY CENTER

The 96,429 sf South Philadelphia Community Health and Literacy Center, designed by VSBA Architects and Planners with sustainability consulting by Re:Vision, is a joint venture between The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and the City of Philadelphia.  It offers health care, library, and recreation facilities to children and families in an evolving South Philadelphia neighborhood. … More

HANBY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Re:Vision delivered the first LEED-certified school in Delaware, achieving Gold certification at this 87,000 sf elementary school. Connecting the indoors with the outside begins with a rainwater harvesting system that provides all of the water needed to flush toilets at Hanby. Outdoor connection continues with a daylight harvesting system to provide sunlight deep into classrooms,… More

1200 INTREPID

Re:Vision was the LEED Consultant on 1200 Intrepid, a new 96,000 sf office building, which achieved LEED v2009 CS Gold certification. Sweeping views of Central Green Park connect occupants to the environment that the building is designed to conserve. Using 20% less energy and 30% less water than typical offices, and without any landscaping irrigation,… More

NEMOURS AI DUPONT HOSPITAL

The Nemours AI DuPont Hospital for Children Patient Pavilion is a 5 story, 435,000 sf addition to an existing emergency trauma center.  Currently pursuing LEED for Healthcare certification, the project has focused on sustainability goals related to the health of patients and staff.  Re:Vision helped the team choose healthy materials, monitor indoor air quality, and… More

PRIORITY WORLDWIDE

This 15,000 sf LEED Gold CI tenant fit out serves as the Canadian headquarters and distribution center for Priority Worldwide, a forward-thinking logistics provider with sustainability as part of their corporate mission. Re:Vision guided the design and construction team through their first LEED Certification process, helping them achieve 98% waste diversion, over 50% water savings,… More

DelTECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE

The LEED Platinum certified Renewable Energy Education and Technology Center is visibly green with solar panels, wind turbines, and a green roof. Within the building, rainwater is harvested to flush the toilets.  Ground-source heat pumps and energy recovery ventilators ensure a comfortable, efficient building.  These strategies showcase applicable technologies for both new construction (5300 sf)… More

FRIENDS CENTER

Having secured $75,000 in grant funding from The Kresge Foundation, Re:Vision provided green design services for the renovation of the Friends Center, a 56,000 s.f. office building.  After a multi-day green design charrette with the Quaker community, Re:Vision’s design helped them achieve their fossil-fuel-free goal of LEED Platinum.  Among the more innovative features of the… More

WECCACOE FLATS

This multi-family project by repeat client Bancroft Green is a sustainable flats concept for Queens Village. Two single homes in disrepair were removed and replaced with three single-level, house-sized flats that are ideal for entertaining or families. Getting light deep into the space was the central design challenge for this green project and resulted in… More

PECO MAIN OFFICE BUILDING

In 2009, PECO unveiled two eye-catching upgrades to its iconic Main Office Building in center city Philadelphia. The first was an acre of vegetated roof that now manages 1.5 million gallons of rainwater and hosts an average of 1,000 visitors each year. While stormwater absorption stands as the principal environmental benefit provided by a vegetated… More