The Columbus Society of Communicating Arts (CSCA) presents Bright ‘n Green developer, Robert Scarano and His Passion for Building Green, on Thursday, May 15, 2014 at Columbus Ohio’s Gateway Film Center. Take the Big Apple, amazing architecture, toss in some greens (as in sustainable), and you’ve got yourself a recipe for success. Robert Scarano holds that recipe close to his chest by keeping a flow of challenging and profitable projects to inspire and energize his team. Scarano and his team work magic with ordinary building materials through design and architecture. His mentoring style of guided independence has resulted in amazing buildings where intelligent construction techniques and custom design merge to form sanctuaries of splendor.
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“BnG is unique because it’s a more typical species of urban building—a mid-rise multi-unit residence that also has a ground floor commercial space. That makes it a replicable example for future development in urban neighborhoods, which are strong markets for mixed-use real estate.”
The National Association of Homebuilders’ National Green Building Standard (NGBS) program is the only Green Certification program endorsed by the ICC (International Code Council). The Standard has four levels: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Emerald. Bright ‘n Green achieves the Emerald NGBS Green Certification level.
One Year Later: Bright ‘n Green – built two feet above 100-Year Flood Elevation with Air-Tight Doors and Windows29 Oct 2013, Posted by Linda Alexander in Blog
In a parable worthy of Noah’s Ark, sustainable mixed-use development Bright ‘n Green, at 67 Brighton First Lane in Brighton Beach, literally held tight when Super Storm Sandy hit the shoreline less than two blocks away. The award-winning project sustained up to 90-mile winds and…
The Bright ‘n Green team was in attendance with over 200 others at the NYC Brownfield Partnership fifth annual, 2013 Big Apple Brownfield Awards recognizing seven outstanding New York City remediation projects. The ceremony was held at the NYU School of Law and included developers, regulators, consultants,…