• SunPower Solar Panels Made in France Are Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Silver

    Demonstrating continued sustainability leadership, SunPower announced today that its E-Series and X-Series Solar Panels manufactured at the company’s facilities in France are Cradle to Cradle CertifiedTM Silver. Last year, SunPower® solar panels manufactured in Mexico earned Cradle to Cradle certification, making the company the first and only in the world to offer customers Cradle to […]

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  • Barclays Center Gets “Green” Roof (Video)

    Brooklyn’s Barclays Center sports and entertainment arena is getting a new green roof. The purpose of the project, slated to be completed this fall, is to increase the sustainability of the arena and provide

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  • NJ Working To Become More Bike-Friendly

    According to the League of American Bicyclists, despite efforts to improve bike and pedestrian access in several towns, the Garden State has been slipping in the rankings of bike-friendly states. Working in favor of New Jersey’s bike ranking is the State Department of Transportation’s Complete Streets program. The program sets guidelines and requirements for future roadway improvement […]

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  • Lawmakers Call for Increased NY Infrastructure Funds

    On Tuesday, Gates Town Supervisor Mark Assini  was joined by legislators from the state Assembly Minority Conference and Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks at a press conference in front of the Route 390 Bridges on Trolley Boulevard. The lawmakers urged Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to commit more funding to the roads. While Assini suggested that the […]

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  • Gedeon GRC Structural Engineers Needed

    Gedeon GRC Consulting is looking for both an entry level and a mid-level Structural Engineer with a minimum of 3-4 years design experience to join our expanding business. The candidates should be proficient in the use of structural analysis programs and have a good working knowledge of Autocad and/or BIM. EIT certification is a plus. […]

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  • Gedeon GRC Joins African American Chamber of Commerce

      Gedeon GRC Consulting is proud to announce that we are now a member of the African American Chamber of Commerce (AACC) of Westchester and Rockland Counties, Inc.! The Chamber was established June 28, 1996 as an independent agency to aid, counsel and protect the interests of African American businesses. Our mission is to preserve competitive enterprise […]

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  • New Director of Building at Gedeon GRC!

    Mel Garber, B.Sc (Hons), M.Sc., C.Eng, M.IStructE, M.ASCE, M.SLIE.- New Director of Building at Gedeon GRC!

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  • Earth Day: Di Blasio Announces #OneNYC Sustainability Plan

    In celebration of Earth Day 2015, Mayor Di Blasio announced a new sustainability plan for New York City. #OneNYC, the Mayor’s plan for sustainability, growth, resiliency and equity includes four visions: Vision 1: Our Growing, Thriving City Vision 2: Our Just and Equitable City Vision 3: A Sustainable City Vision 4: A Resilient City Under Local […]

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  • USGBC Holds Trainings for LL88

    As part of a new plan to make buildings more efficient, New York City has passed Local Law 88 (LL88), requiring large non-residential buildings to upgrade their lighting systems and install tenant sub-meters. The Urban Green Council, the NY Chapter of the US Green Buildings Council (USGBC), will be holding a free training on how to […]

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  • Subway Ridership Hits 65-Year High

    According to recent MTA New York City Transit Data, in 2014 the average weekday saw 5.6 million subway riders and the average weekend saw  6 million riders-  the highest the subway has seen in 65 years. The biggest increase was seen in Brooklyn, on the M and L lines. In Manhattan, ridership grew by 2.5 […]

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