Location: 1812 St. John’s Place, Brooklyn, NY 11233
Project Type: New Residential Condominium
Owner: Habitat for Humanity – NYC
Role: General Contractor
Architect: Dattner Architects
Project Hard Cost: $4,500,000
Completion Date: January 2012
New buildings comprised of three new out of the ground 4 story buildings containing 12 condominiums. Structure is plank and block with brick facade and punched windows. The building achieved LEED© for Gold Certification, which means “green” and “sustainable” design. Interior work included a central boiler plant, floating wood floors, fire alarm system and security system with remote access for all occupants. Project also included underpinning of adjacent property, new sewer and water services, new sprinklers, new sidewalks and common area back yard.
- Saved owner $80,000 in sheathing and shoring by alternate construction means and methods.
- Worked with volunteers assisting them and meeting owner schedule deadlines.
- Expedited construction toward the end of project avoiding delays and extras.
- Raised LEED© certification from Silver to Gold.