M.Arch Architects has participated as a member of the American Institute of Architects, Cultural Facilities & New Practice Member. M.Arch Architects was responsible for AIAs Highline / Highbridge symposium bringing AIA members together with the Parks Department Commissioner Adrian Benepe, Highline Chief Architect Peter Mullan, High Bridge Competition winner, Oculus editor, and former department of buildings commissioner for a fascinating discussion on New Yorks cultural infrastructure.
NYU-Poly Faculty Member, March Chadwick has taught Building Information Modeling to Civil Engineering and Construction Management majors within the Civil Engineering Department for the past three years. In November 2011 March Chadwick filed with a National Science Foundation grant for a Small Business Technology transfer to develop and integrate with University studies with software written and in use within M.Arch Architects.
LEED Certified by the US Green Building Council, March Chadwick has been a LEED Certified Architect since 2008. M.Arch Architects upholds the ideals of the United States Green Building Council with considerate efforts to integrate this uplifting philosphy into every project in which we engage. Each client is different and these ideals are matched with the goals and aspirations of the owner that may not conflict with LEED certification but whose budget must be considered before LEED integration.
M.Arch Architect's work for public infrastructure projects and institutions has contributed significantly to reducing environmental impact contruction and specifically in work performed on the Newtown Creek Waste Treatment Center improved one of the most polluted water systems in the world. M.Arch Architects contribution to the full BIM of Columbia University Sports Center is currently in process of achieving USGBC ratings that would not be possible without our contribution.
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