Real Estate Journal — Green Buildings — October 30 - November 12, 2015 — 19B


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G reen B uildings PSE&G’s Residential Multifamily Housing created to increase energy efficiency Value Companies renovates parking garage with LED lighting in partnership with PSE&G

ADDLE BROOK, NJ — Value Companies , a leading developer, own- er and manager of apartment buildings in New Jersey and New York, recently teamed up with PSE&G to complete an energy efficient renovation to the parking facility at 140 Mayhill, a 158-home rental community in Bergen County’s Saddle Brook. Participating in PSE&G’s Energy Efficiency Exten- sion Program for Residential Multifamily Housing, Value Companies retrofitted the community’s parking garage with LED outdoor lighting to significantly reduce energy costs and energy consumption at the property. Installed in the facility’s entryways, park- ing areas and stairwells, the new lighting also improves il- lumination level with brighter white-spectrum lighting to provide greater safety and increases aesthetic look. S

It’s our desire to have the most up-to-date energy technology at all of our apartment prop- erties to lessen energy costs, reduce light pollution and provide a healthier and cleaner living environment. “140Mayhill was the perfect place to start. Working with PSE&G gave us valuable insight into energy saving practices and methods and we’re excited to introduce many of these procedures and products throughout our port- folio. It was a win-win for us, PSE&G and the 140 Mayhill community.” n

PSE&G’s Residential Multi- family Housing was created to increase energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions of ex- isting residential multi-family housing developments and to provide building owners with up-front financing of the cost of eligible efficiency installations. “This program was designed to encourage owners of multi- family properties to take a more energy efficient approach to management,” said Jack Linefsky , vice president of property management for Value Companies. “We were extremely eager to participate.

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business presence and cli- ent base throughout Virginia, where Keast & Hood provides structural engineering for new construction and historic pres- ervation projects at institutions and historic sites. “On behalf of the Keast & Hood team, I am excited to offer our Virginia clients increased personal attention combined with the depth and breadth of engineering service for which the firm has been known for over 60 years,” said Swift. “We look forward to building new relationships with architects, design professionals, and insti- tutions throughout the region.” Named an associate in 2014, Craig Swift’s career has in- cluded involvement with new construction, historic struc- tures, and seismic analysis, design, and retrofit in the U.S. and abroad. Keast & Hood’s Charlot- tesville location is at 418 East Main St. n

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