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Susquehanna Health – Williamsport Regional Medical Center

The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by Susquehanna Health to serve as the LEED and Sustainability Consultant for the core building expansion project on the Williamsport Regional Medical Center campus in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The project involves a $140 million expansion of the existing main hospital building. The new, five-story building houses critical departments including Emergency, Radiology, Surgery, OB Services, and Inpatient Rehabilitation Services. The project was awarded LEED Gold certification under the LEED 2009 for New Construction Rating System.

Meridian Health – Jersey Shore University Medical Center

The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by Meridian Health System to serve as the LEED and Green Guide for Health Care Consultant on The Transformation project at Jersey Shore University Medical Center. The development of this phase of their campus master plan involved the construction of a new 216,000 square foot Patient Tower, a 120,000 square foot Diagnostics and Treatment Building, a 20,000 square foot Central Utility Plant and a multi-level parking structure to house nearly 1,000 vehicles. The project was the first inpatient hospital in New Jersey to achieve LEED certification and the third LEED Gold certified hospital in the United States.

Main Line Health – The Heart Pavilion at Lankenau Medical Center

The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by Main Line Health to serve as the LEED and Sustainability Consultant for the $500 million Lankenau Medical Center expansion project. The project involves the new construction of a 260,000 square foot Patient Tower, Connector Building, 1,300 vehicle parking structure and central utility plan as well as extensive site improvements to streamline access and storm water management. The project achieved LEED Silver certification under the LEED 2009 for New Construction Rating System. The Heart Pavilion at Lankenau Medical Center is the largest LEED certified healthcare project on the east coast.

AtlantiCare – The Cancer Care Institute

The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by AtlantiCare Health System and P. Agnes to provide LEED for New Construction v2.2 Advisory Consulting services for the new Cancer Care Institute. The new two-story facility is located on the existing AtlantiCare campus in Egg Harbor Township. This project is the first LEED certified building in the AtlantiCare portfolio of properties and one of the first LEED certified projects in Southern New Jersey.

Anne Arundel Medical Center

The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by Perkins+Will to act as the LEED and Green Guide for Health Care Advisory Consultant on the new Acute Care Pavilion expansion, part of the Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis, Maryland. This building is a 293,000 square foot addition to the existing pavilion completed in 2001, adding 50 patient rooms and expansion opportunities for both surgery and emergency departments. The project was awarded LEED Gold certification under the LEED for New Construction v2.2 Rating System.

Thurgood Marshall

The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by the School District of Philadelphia to provide LEED and Sustainability Consulting services for the Thurgood Marshall School located in Northeast Philadelphia. The K-8 school was awarded LEED certification under the LEED 2009 for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance Rating System. The Sheward Partnership was also responsible for management of the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager process for the facility and continues to track all monthly energy data to ensure compliance with all LEED requirements. The four-story, 114,000 square foot facility was originally constructed in 1997.

West Philadelphia High School

The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by the School District of Philadelphia to serve as the LEED and Sustainability Consultant on the new West Philadelphia High School. The 170,500 square feet, three-story building was constructed at the corner of Chestnut and 49th Streets to accommodate 800 students in grades 9-12. Sustainable features include the use of FSC-certified wood products, stormwater catchment, low-flow plumbing fixtures and ample daylight throughout the core learning areas. The project was awarded LEED Gold certification under the LEED for Schools v2.0 Rating System.

Kensington High School

The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by the School District of Philadelphia to serve as an advisory consultant to assist in the achievement of LEED Platinum certification for the new Kensington High School for the Creative and Performing Arts. Introduced to the project team during mid-construction phase, The Sheward Partnership was responsible for documenting all LEED credits specific to the District, reviewing information provided by the project team, and strategizing additional sustainable design and construction solutions for the project. This project is the first public School in Pennsylvania to achieve LEED Platinum certification.

Francis E. Willard School

The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by the School District of Philadelphia to serve as the LEED and Sustainability Consultant on the new Francis E. Willard School, designed to accommodate 850 students from Kindergarten through 4th Grade. The new facility includes 62 classrooms with special shared rooms for technical education, family life management, a computer lab, science lab, studio art and music, a gymnasium, a 300-seat auditorium, and a cafeteria with a fully equipped commercial kitchen, as well as administrative offices and support spaces. The project was awarded LEED Silver certification under the LEED for Schools v2.0 Rating System.

2.0 University Place

The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by University Place Associates to serve as the LEED and Sustainability Consultant in the design and construction of this new 105,000 square foot core and shell commercial office building. The five-story building is located on the northern edge of the University of Pennsylvania campus in Philadelphia. The project achieved the very aggressive goal of achieving a LEED Platinum rating under the LEED for Core & Shell Development v2.0 Rating System. The building incorporated unique green strategies such as a 14,000 square foot accessible green roof, chilled beam heating and cooling, and the collection of stormwater for irrigation. University Place Associates made the ambitious commitment to build only LEED Platinum for commercial office buildings and tenant fit-outs. 2.0 University Place is the first multi-certified, multi-tenant LEED Platinum building in the world.