Bergmeyer is excited to announce that we have surpassed the 50 LEED Certified project mark! Our recent project for TD Bank in Burlington, MA, has achieved LEED Gold certification under the Building Design and Construction (BD+C) rating system making it our 51st LEED Certified project. This is an important milestone for the Bergmeyer team, and we’re happy to share it.
Bergmeyer’s first LEED project was certified in October of 2008, and within less than 8 years, we’ve hit this great milestone and established a diverse portfolio of LEED projects in a variety of market sectors. Our LEED projects range from multi-family housing to retail, academic, workplace and hospitality. Four of Bergmeyer’s LEED Certified projects have achieved Platinum-level certification, with 27 projects achieving LEED Gold and 14 achieving LEED Silver.
Our gut renovation and deep-energy retrofit of 56 units in the Boston Housing Authority’s 1950s-era Cathedral development achieved LEED for Homes Platinum-level certification, while the firm’s redesign of the UMass Amherst Hampshire Dining Commons project was awarded LEED Gold in 2014. Our award-winning adaptive reuse work on the Hostelling International-Boston and Eustis Street Fire House projects – both LEED Silver – has won us a number of awards in both the sustainability and preservation arenas.
Bergmeyer is proud of our work and how far we’ve come are we’re thrilled to have clients who embrace and value sustainability as much as we do. Sustainable and meaningful design is one of Bergmeyer’s core values. It’s a goal we are ever committed to, and this commitment is most successful when our clients share in our same enthusiasm. We sincerely thank them for helping us reach this significant achievement.