LEED certification is quickly becoming a de facto standard around the country. Moriarty constructed some of the very first LEED certified buildings in Massachusetts. Since that time, LEED has developed from an experimental program with few adherents into a serious standard that is a complex challenge on almost every project we build. We have worked with our clients to efficiently integrate the ever-changing green building standards into each new project.
Moriarty successfully completed several of the first projects in Massachusetts to achieve a LEED rating and have continued to increase our green building project experience as the LEED standard has developed and expanded. We work early in the process to help our clients craft the right green approach that balances cost for green strategies with the desired level of accreditation.
Moriarty employs many LEED Accredited Professionals (LEED AP) and recognizes that the green building needs will only increase. Our staff is encouraged to continually advance and update their LEED accreditation and green building knowledge.
Some of our successful Leed projects include:
- Harvard Banks Cowperthwaite Grant: A new student housing facility in Cambridge, MA
- Biogen: A first-class office building at the Weston Corporate Center in Weston, MA
- 40 Sylvan Road: A commercial interior fitup for National Grid in Waltham, MA
- Atlantic Wharf: A new office and residential development in Bosotn, MA
- 850 Winter Street: A new office building in Waltham, MA
- Reservoir Woods: A project in Waltham, MA
- 200 River's Edge Drive: A new office building at River's Edge in Medford, MA
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