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TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER

TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER

August 2004 Building

Highlights: 195,000 s.f.; 8-story building in an urban setting; Chosen as a Top Ten Green Project by AIA’s Committee on the Environment in 2006; Completed August 2004; Designed as a facility for higher education, health care and laboratory space.; 41% reduction in energy use; 48% reduction in potable water use; Achieved LEED Gold certification

10 Storehouse Row

10 Storehouse Row

May 2012 Building

Highlights: 38,400 s.f. adaptive reuse project; Originally Built 1939 and rehabilitated in 2005-06; Mix of office, studios, restaurant and flex space; 2008 SC State Historic Preservation Award; Listed on National Register of Historic Places; $3.5 million investment; Utilization of historic tax credits; Featured in January 31, 2007 issue of New York Times; LEED-based design criteria.

Noisette Community

Noisette Community

May 2012 City

Highlights: Public-Private partnership to revitalize 3,000-acre historic core of North Charleston, SC; Noisette project launched in 2001 in response to the closure of the Charleston Naval Base in 1996; Focus on Triple Bottom Line principles; Planning efforts helped induce over $500,000,000 in public and private investment; Non-profit infrastructure established to address education, social justice and environmental health.

Dewees Island

Dewees Island

January 2000 City

Highlights: 1,400-acre, boat access only, barrier island; Identified by Rocky Mountain Institute in 1994 as leading sustainable development; 2001 ULI Award of Excellence; Set new standard for coastal conservation development; 94% of island habitat preserved with 65% under permanent conservation easement; Self contained water and wastewater treatment; Full-time island caretaker and naturalist.

Navy Yard at Noisette

Navy Yard at Noisette

May 2012 Block

Highlights: 340-acre redevelopment project consisting of the northern tip of the former Charleston Naval Base; First LEED Neighborhood Development certified plan in South Carolina as part of the USGBC pilot program; 15-acre Riverfront Park completed in 2006; Approximately 2,500 daytime employees and 85 businesses operating at the Yard; Three districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Oak Terrace Preserve

Oak Terrace Preserve

December 2009 Block

Highlights: Residential urban infill project; 55-acre, approximately 375 new homes; Earthcraft certification required for all homes; Low impact Stormwater development integral throughout including pervious surfaces and bioretention; Front porch design with alleyway services; Extensive tree preservation and protection; Featured in Cottage Living magazine and Green Builder Magazine as one of the nation’s top green neighborhoods

West Denver

West Denver

December 2014 City

Highlights: Partnership with the City and County of Denver, The Gates Family Foundation, Denver Housing Authority, The Denver Foundation and Enterprise Community Partners to assess the potential for West Denver to be a model for sustainable and resilient urban regeneration at the district scale. Utilizing the CityCrafting process to bring together a broad group of stakeholders from the public, private and nonprofit sectors to focus on regeneration and restoration of financial, natural, physical and social capital.

Noisette Foundation

Noisette Foundation

April 2004 City

The Noisette Foundation (now The CityCraft Foundation) was a 501-C-3 community foundation established to support the implementation of the Noisette Community Master Plan. Partnering with the City of North Charleston, South Carolina the Noisette Community Master Plan set forth a vision for “a vibrant, healthy city embracing its heritage and celebrating its role in the community, ecosystem and marketplace.” The Noisette Foundation was formed in 2004 to ensure that this vision is kept and that no one is left out of the process.

7 Storehouse Row

7 Storehouse Row

May 2012 Building

Highlights: Office of the Future design in partnership with Herman Miller, Interface Carpets and other suppliers; First LEED CI certified space in South Carolina as part of USGBC pilot program; Originally Built 1905; Latest rehabilitation for second floor occurred in 2004; Listed on National Register of Historic Places; Designed as a multi-tenant, open floor office with shared facility.

City of Reading

City of Reading

August 2013 City

Highlights: Initial assessment and analysis for City of Reading to identify network of cross sector organizations and individuals necessary to implement long term city revitalization strategy. Provided preliminary road map and recommendations for planning and implementation needs.

Westside Atlanta

Westside Atlanta

January 2014 City

Highlights: Initial analysis of potential for Atlanta University Center and surrounding neighborhoods of Castleberry Hill, Vine City, English Avenue and others to participate in long term, integrated restoration process necessary to restore the economic, social and environmental health of the community.