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NY ranks third in LEED-certified building per capita for 2022 (access required)

New York ranked third on the U.S. Green Building Council’s list of states at the forefront of green construction, with Massachusetts earning the top spot. The USGBC annual list ranks states based on the most LEED-certified gross square footage per ...

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Historic Preservation Awards recognize area bridge rehab efforts (access required)

The Quaker/O'Neil Road bridge spans the Erie Canal in Macedon and was converted from vehicular traffic to a pedestrian passage during rehabilitation efforts (photo provided by New York State Parks).

  Bridge rehabilitation projects in Wayne and Wyoming counties were recognized by the New York State Historic Preservation Awards. The cross-collaborative efforts on rehabilitation of the Schoellkopf Road Bridge in the Wyoming County hamlet of Cowlesville and Quaker/O’Neil Road Bridge ...

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New Teen Empowerment HQ name credits Barack & Michelle Obama as inspiration (access required)

One Rochester organization will embark on a $4.3 million project to transform a tract of land in the city into The Barack and Michelle Obama Teen Empowerment Center.

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LeChase collaborates to build new UR orthopaedic center smarter, faster (access required)

In construction, time is money, so converting an existing structure was a critical component in the project. So, too, was collaboration between builder and architect during the design process. The project initially carried a $240 million price tag, but $13 million was shaved off along the way.

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Brouk concerned about nomination of Pines of Perinton as historic place (access required)

The T.O. Castle and Son General Store was built around 1849 in the Orleans County hamlet of Millville

The Pines of Perinton Apartments are considered significant at the state level for their association with the New York State Urban Development Corporation (UDC) and its role in the creation of affordable housing for low- and moderate-income families and senior citizens in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

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Community Design Center recognizes top projects (access required)

Motion Junction Inclusive Playground in Canandaigua and 1007 Monroe Avenue Restoration and the Rundel Library Terrace Renovation were design projects honored with Reshaping Rochester Awards from the Community Design Center of Rochester.

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