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Public Service Electric & Gas New Customer Service Center
A "LEED" Registered Project
WDCC has been awarded the Public Service Electric & Gas New Customer Service Center in Paterson, NJ.
The Paterson CSC is to be relocated from the present location in an older downtown building to the new Atrium Building in Paterson Center City. The Center City project is a major urban redevelopment initiative, including market rate apartments, office space and underground parking. The Atrium Building, at the intersections of Main and Ward Streets is 320,000 square feet of new, highly visible retail and entertainment space. This complex will infuse new life into the heart and soul of Paterson. PSE&G is slated to be the first tenant to occupy this new landmark building.
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What is LEED?
LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. The United States Green Building Council (USGBC) created LEED as a rating system for green building.
Green building refers to the design, construction, and operation of buildings in an environmentally friendly way. LEED promotes a whole-building approach to sustainability by recognizing performance in five key areas of human and environmental health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection, and indoor environmental quality. The rating system is specific to the type of project being worked on. Some of the specific programs are:
The rating systems are broken down into points for each type of credit. Certification levels within the systems are:
- LEED — New Construction
- LEED — Existing Buildings
- LEED — Commercial Interiors
- LEED — Core and Shell
- LEED — Homes
- LEED — Neighborhood Development
- LEED — Schools
WILLARD DUNHAM CONSTRUCTION COMPANY continues to be sensitive towards and contribute to the well–being of our planet.
- Minimum points: Certified
- Second highest points: Silver
- Third highest points: Gold
- Fourth–maximum points: Platinum
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