LeapStep is supporting the academic medical center on a range of strategic planning, and design & construction projects in addition to their new Aggie Square campus and innovation center under development. We’re providing an array of services at the building, campus and institutional levels including the development of energy targets and an expansion of their carbon neutrality roadmap and interactive dashboard.
LeapStep is working with MASS Design Group on a new building for the Hudson Valley Farm Hub, an organic farm and non-profit organization focused on improving the local food economy and training the next generation of farmers. We’re providing mechanical engineering, MEP project management and sustainability advisory services for the project.
“I love the human side of Brutalism,” says Rudikoff. “I love the way the buildings last and I love the way they age too. I love the philosophy they represent. What I love most, maybe, is the human scale of the hallways and the entryways. These buildings have a dignity and quality of space about [them]. You can’t say that about most housing that’s built in this way.”
July 2018 - The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH) recognized seven projects with its Healthcare Design Awards for "cutting-edge designs that help solve aesthetic, civic, urban and social problems while also being functional and sustainable."Read More
Synergy In The Air
By Anne DiNardo, Executive Editor
Arash Guity, chief energy engineer and associate principal at Mazzetti+GBA, says displacement ventilation has the potential not only to save money through reduced energy and air cooling consumption, but also to improve indoor air quality, which provides better health--making it a great fit for the expansion of Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. “That was really a fundamental aspect of promoting it,” he says. So how does it work?