PHIUS+ 2015 Certified Project
577 W. 161st St
PM Architecture PC is thrilled to be presented with the PHIUS + 2015 Certified Project for the design development of 577 W. 161st Street. This project certification has proven that PMA has achieved the PHIUS passive house design qualification presented by a rigorous Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) program performed on site by highly skilled and specialized PHIUS+ Raters.
PHIUS+ Certification Overview
The PHIUS+ Certification Program is the leading passive building certification program in North America. It is the only passive building certification that combines a thorough passive house design verification protocol with a stringent Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) program performed onsite by highly skilled and specialized PHIUS+ Raters and Verifiers.
Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards- 2021
244 LENOX AVENUE
The Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards are the Conservancy’s highest honors for excellence in preservation. PM Architecture PC is honored to be presented with this prestigious award for 244 Lenox Avenue.
“From the smallest buildings, to the most extraordinary landmarks, to our diverse neighborhoods, the New York Landmarks Conservancy preserves and protects the unique architectural heritage of the City we love. We are on the frontlines, giving New York’s preservation needs a voice, advocating for sensible development, providing financial assistance and technical expertise—all to ensure that the character of our city continues to enrich the quality of life for all New Yorkers.”
The Awards have recognized individuals, organizations, and building owners for their extraordinary contributions to the City. PM Architecture PC has worked relentlessly with the New York Landmark Conservancy to preserve and protect the development of this project. Saving this landmark building and revitalizing this development for the community was essential to PM Architecture PC.
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