"Modeling Sustainability"


Example Projects

Gear Factory Lot and Bioretention, Syracuse, New York:   Design of a rain garden and porous concrete driveway for a major rehabilitation project on the near westside of Syracuse.  The GI effectively disconnected the site from the CSO.

Monroe Building, Syracuse, New York:  Design of a green roof for an office building in downtown Syracuse.

Jazz Central, Syracuse, New York:  Design of a green for the CNY Jazz Arts Foundation in downtown Syracuse.

Barada Apartments, Syracuse, New York:  Design of a bioretention area to capture parking lot runoff for an apartment complex on the south side of Syracuse.

Dunbar Center, Syracuse, New York:  Design of a porous concrete parking lot and sidewalk for a community center on the south side of Syracuse.  

Beartrap Creek, Salina, New York:  Design of habitat restoration structures for Beartrap Creek in the Town of Salina. 


Other Recent Projects

Gear Factory Green Roof, Syracuse, New York

Arc of Onondaga Porous Asphalt Lot, Syracuse, New York

People's Community Development Corporation Green Roof, Syracuse, New York

CNY Jazz Central Green Roof, Syracuse, New York

"Green City Homes," Syracuse, New York:  Engineering Design services for green stormwater management measures consisting of porous asphalt roadways, geocell porous driveways, a stormwater wetland, and green roofs for a 34-unit green housing development in Syracuse, New York.

On April  30, 2009 NSE completed a feasibility evaluation funded by the Environmental Finance Center at Syracuse University for the use of green stormwater infrastructure as an alternative to traditional gray stormwater management practices for a proposed residential subdivision in Syracuse, New York.  The draft  feasibility evaluation identified porous asphalt for roadways and driveways, and either rainwater harvesting or green roofs to manage rooftop runoff for the project.  

NSE is serving as the LEED Project Administrator for "Liberty Green," an 18,000 sq ft office building seeking certification at the Silver level under USGBC's New Construction rating system.  The project includes the use of porous concrete as a stormwater management measure to attain SS Credit 6.1 (Stormwater Quantity) and SS Credit 6.2 (Stormwater Quality).