Ambitious Development in Pittsburgh Reimagines Performance

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Bridging the Gap’s newest development, Fifth & Dinwiddie, straddles two sides of a street in the Uptown section of Pittsburgh, PA and will offer market rate and affordable housing along with 10,000 square feet of retail space on the first floor on the west side of the street. The east side of the street is home to an existing building that will be renovated and expanded to create another 40,000 square feet of commercial space. Both buildings are targeting Passive House certification, RESET Air certification and Fitwel certification.

For comments from Derrick Tillman, CEO of Bridging the Gap and other members of his team of AUROS Group, GBBN, Michael Baker International and evolveEA, about building a team, true team integration and the importance of evidence-based performance, go to Passive House Buildings which showcases “Beacon” projects and highlights news and innovation in the areas of ultra-low energy buildings. Article begins on page 58.

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Beth Eckenrode
Beth Eckenrode

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