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Sustainability

Altieri’s extensive portfolio highlights a priority to engineer the most environmentally responsible solutions, a distinction of our work since the early 1960s. Significantly, The Getty Center received LEED® Silver certification eight years after opening, based on Altieri’s designs from a period predating the introduction and implementation of the LEED® process. Today, over 40 of Altieri’s projects have been awarded LEED® certification. 

Platinum

  • Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, PA *First major art and education institution in the country to achieve LEED’s highest level of certification.*
  • Colby College Grossman Hall | DavisConnects, Waterville, ME
  • Cornell University Law School Academic Center, Ithaca, NY
  • Glenstone Arrival Hall, Potomac, MD

Gold

  • Abraham Joshua Heschel School, New York, NY
  • Beacon Barn River Center, Beacon, NY
  • Brown University, Applied Mathematics Building, Providence, RI
  • Brown University, Perry & Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, Providence, RI
  • Columbia University, Knox Hall, New York, NY
  • Common Ground High School, Urban Farm, and Environmental Education Center, New Haven, CT
  • Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, New York, NY
  • Connecticut Science Center, Hartford, CT
  • Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, Ithaca, NY
  • David Zwirner Gallery, New York, NY *First LEED-certified commercial gallery in the country.*
  • Glenstone Museum, Potomac, MD
  • Glenstone Café, Potomac, MD
  • Museum of the American Revolution, Philadelphia, PA
  • New England Conservatory, Boston, MA
  • The Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA
  • The Spence School, New York, NY
  • Wellesley College, Pendleton West, Wellesley, MA
  • Williams College, Hollander and Shapiro Halls, Williamstown, MA
  • Williams College Stetson Hall | Sawyer Library, Williamstown, MA
  • Yale University, Paul Rudolph Hall, New Haven, CT

Silver

  • Brooklyn Bridge Boathouse, Brooklyn, NY
  • Colby College, Cotter Union Expansion, Waterville, ME
  • Corning Museum of Glass Contemporary Art + Design Wing, Corning, NY
  • Eastern Connecticut State University, Fine Arts Instructional Center, Willimantic, CT
  • LancasterHistory.org, Lancaster, PA
  • Monmouth Battlefield State Park Visitor Center, Manalapan Township, NJ
  • Museum of the City of New York, Phase 2, New York, NY
  • Museum of the City of New York, Phase 3, New York, NY
  • Rhode Island School of Design, Chace Center, Providence, RI
  • Sangha House, Zen Mountain Monastery, Mt. Tremper, NY
  • Shelburne Museum, Pizzagalli Center for Art and Education, Shelburne, VT
  • Springfield Technical Community College, Ira H. Rubenzahl Student Learning Commons, Springfield, MA
  • The Flea Theater, New York, NY
  • The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg, PA

LEED® Certified

  • Colby College, Diamond Building, Waterville, ME
  • Fort Ticonderoga, Mars Education Center, Ticonderoga, NY
  • Sarah Lawrence College, Heimbold Visual Arts Center, Bronxville, NY
  • The Getty Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • MCC Theater, New York, NY
  • Montclair State University, Chapin Hall-Jed Leshowitz Recital Hall, Montclair, NJ
  • The Mark Twain House & Museum, Hartford, CT *First museum in the nation and first building of any kind in Connecticut to attain LEED certification.*
  • The Pennsylvania State University, Student Enrichment Center, University Park, PA

Certification Pending

  • Philips Exeter Academy Goel Center for Theatre and Dance, Exeter, NH
  • Princeton University, Princeton Childcare Center, Princeton, NJ
  • Princeton University, Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building and Louis A. Simpson International Building, Princeton, NJ

Memberships

  • Altieri staff are members of:
  • ASHRAE
  • International Living Future Institute
  • Passive House Alliance United States
  • U.S. Green Building Council

LEED Gold

No better way to close out the year than with great news! Congratulations to the design team for Common Ground High School, New Haven CT. Architect: Gray Organschi Architects. Photo credit: David Sundberg/Esto.

December 1, 2018|Sustainability