Fly Ash at Bronx Zoo

March 1, 2017

elephant-pen-formworkFly Ash is a coal by-product and may be used as concrete hardener, replacing up to 30% of portland cement in the mix.

Photo: formwork at Bronx Zoo Elephant Pen, Environmental Design + Construction Magazine award winner.

Salvador Behar Architects / J. Mendelson PE

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Non-invasive roof mount

February 4, 2017

us08733718-20140527-d00000Corsi’s US-patented non-invasive roof mounting adaptor

UD Sketches

January 18, 2017

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Goldstein Seawall

January 11, 2017

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Tannersville Project Sale Closes

October 24, 2016

googleearth_imageA renovation of this passive solar residence and grounds in Tannersville NY has been completed and the project’s sale closed in October, 2016. Design: Salvador Behar AIA. General Contractor: J. Constable. Decks: Joe Schiefer. Ext. doors, glass lites: Andersen.

Houses

October 18, 2016

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NYC Roadmap to 80 X 50

September 28, 2016

100% of existing buildings need deep retrofits over the next 30 years

Underway

June 15, 2016

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Natatorium in Flushing NY

April 18, 2016

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Lot 4 Development

April 8, 2016

3D VIEWS

Walkable urban living requires a mix of housing types.