A — January 25 - February 7, 2013 — Green Buildings — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal


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anhattan, NY — GSH Group , a multi-national facili- To provide its EnergyPlus service at 385 Fifth Ave. Hilson Management Corp. awards GSH with contract M

• MEP Design • Sprinkler Design • Commissioning • Energy Conservation and incentives

program. 385 Fifth Ave., located in the Murray Hill Submarket, is a 100,000 s/f office and retail building. Jason Schwalbe , vice presi- dent of Hilson Management Corporation said, “All of the tenants at 385 Fifth Avenue will benefit from GSH Group’s energy program, which results in enhanced comfort conditions within the facility. Hilson is looking forward to raising the green profile of the building and minimizing our carbon footprint in 2013 and beyond.” David Galante , account executive of GSH Group com- mented, “This is a wonderful beginning to a long relationship with Hilson Management Cor- poration. GSH is happy to have clients that are as committed to achieving energy efficiency as we are.” n

ties and energy management provider throughout the United States and Europe, announced that it has signed an agreement to provide its EnergyPlus, en- ergy conservation services, to a property managed by Hilson Management Corporation , located at 385 Fifth Ave. As part of GSH’s EnergyPlus program, the company con- ducted a thorough study of the facility including a site survey and utility consumption analy- sis. GSH determined several energy conservation measures it will carry out with its in- house mechanical team, mainly the installation of a Trend building automation system to monitor and control the me- chanical systems. GSH’s energy management teamwill provide Mechanicsburg, PA — Jonathan Rinde , a partner with Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP (MGKF) will par- ticipate in a panel on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013 Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013 in Center City Phila- delphia on “Current Issues in Stormwater Regulations” for Lorman Education Ser- vices. Rinde’s portion focuses specifically on Pennsylvania’s stormwater regulations from a land development perspective, including the legal perspectives to Chapter 102 regulations, permit requirements, compli- ance and enforcement, storm- water resulting from Marcel- lus shale activities, as well as future trends in stormwater regulation. In other news, High school

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continuous energy monitoring and adjustments to ensure optimal efficiency throughout the lifetime of the contract. GSH predicts a reduction of 143 tons of carbon emissions each year with its EnergyPlus 385 Fifth Avenue, New York


Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, addresses current issues in stormwater regulation and participates in YMCA program

Jonathan Rinde

Bridget Dorfman

John Kirk

students who are participants in the YMCA’s Black Achiev- ers Program learned firsthand about “green and sustain- able” careers from members of MGKF. Attorney Bridget Dorfman , the firm’s director of administration, John Kirk , and co-operative student intern Sean O’Donnell presented the program at Drexel’s LeBow

Engineering Center for Auto- mation Technology. The YMCA Black Achiev- ers program is an academic achievement/career develop- ment initiative purposed to help teens of color set and pur- sue high educational and career goals, resulting in graduation and acceptance to an institu- tion of higher learning. n

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