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


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Serving as general contractor for Georgetown project Emory Hill builds new Royal Farms to LEED certification


EORGETOWN, DE — Emory Hill & Co. was the general

Philadelphia , PA — Lonnie Barish of New America Power announced a partnership with the YMCA of Burlington and Camden coun- ties to act as an energy procure- ment consultant. Tasked with reducing costs, New America Power was able to decrease the YMCA’s bill by 20%. New America Power was able to tap into their network of energy providers to garner preferred wholesale pricing that resulted in significant savings. With a recent deregulation in the energy market, hom- eowners, businesses and or- ganizations have more control over their energy investment decisions. These new regula- tions allow for a greater range of energy options. As a broker, New America Power has an ability to negotiate through relationships with the larg- est and most reliable energy providers giving it greater buying power. The result is a very economical supply ar- rangement that ranges from 10 to 30% reduction in costs. In addition to YMCA’s cost reduction. n NewAmericaPower makes energy deal for YMCA in SNJ Even without a federal, state or local mandate to use sustain- able building standards, Royal Farms committed to spend the extra time and money to build Georgetown, using the U.S. Green Building Council’s rigid guidelines for LEED certifica- tion of buildings. In 2011, 24 Royal Farms have received, or are in the process of receiving, LEED Certification. n and Co. The Georgetown Royal Farms was constructed in accordance with the state-of-the-art, strin- gent energy and water efficien- cy standards set forth by the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED rating system. The Royal Farms LEED construction standard was developed by Lo- rax Partnerships . That stan- dard includes using low VOC paint and energy efficient light fixtures throughout the store; building materials containing recycled content which come from within a 500-mile radius to reduce the carbon footprint of the building; and the diver- sion of construction waste from landfills.

c o n t r a c t o r for the new Royal Farms, which recent- ly celebrated i t s g r a n d opening. The store, located at the corner of Rtes. 113 and 404.

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sustainable buildings such as Royal Farms Georgetown, and we are proud to work with Royal Farms in these endeav- ors,” said Bob Liberato , busi- ness development director and chief estimator for Emory Hill

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