Congratulations to our Carolina’s Regional Office on their recent award for Parktowne Terrace, a 1960s renovated senior home. The Shiel Sexton team attended the 2014 Annual Green Gala and Sustainable Business Awards on September 26th to accept the award. Shiel Sexton worked with McFarland Construction and Narmour Wright Associates to complete the Parktowne Terrace project for the Charlotte Housing Authority. The Green Gala Awards were slated to be the go-to green event of the year!
The USGBC NC’s strives to promote green building practices and knowledge in the Charlotte Region and western North Carolina. They are a respected and visible catalyst for change, bringing together the best of the region’s building professionals to exchange ideas, build experience and raise public awareness of the economic, environmental and social benefits of green building.
The Parktowne Terrace rehabilitation project located in the affluent Southpark area of Charlotte, NC was completed in December 2012. This $11.2 million construction management project consisted of renovating a six-story residential building with 163 units for lower income housing. All mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems were upgraded along with all common areas. Residential units were completely renovated with new kitchens, bathrooms, flooring, paint and fixtures. Amenities such as the commercial kitchen and dining hall, multi-purpose rooms, offices and outdoor seating areas were renovated as well. The project is expected to receive LEED Gold certification which played a significant role in the project and resulted in the award submission to the U.S. Green Building Council – North Carolina Chapter for the Sustainable Business Awards.
Congratulations team! Keep up the hard work!