evolveEA recently helped two buildings in Downtown Pittsburgh renew certifications that verify high-quality health and energy performance, contributing to the Pittsburgh 2030 District’s goals for building-level energy and indoor air quality benchmarking.
Riverlife and evolveEA were honored by the American Planning Association (APA) Sustainable Communities Division at their 2022 awards ceremony.
Building on SPC’s SmartMoves long range plan, evolveEA developed novel land use analysis tools to identify transit-supportive clusters throughout the region where new multimodal transit hubs could enable improved regional connectivity.
District PGH collaborative aims to increase resilience through American Rescue Plan Act resources for sustainable communities in Pittsburgh region
Buffalo’s stormwater challenge is to protect its water resources and public health as its aging combined sewer network continues to collect and treat increasing amounts of rain and melting snow.
The evolveEA office is the only LEED v4.1 O+M: Interiors project in Pennsylvania and only the third such project nationally to achieve LEED Platinum Certification.
evolveEA was engaged by Riverlife to lead the Completing the Loop effort, identifying projects and programs needed to complete and enhance the loop of parks and trails around Pittsburgh's riverfronts. The report will guide Riverlife in carrying out their initial vision for a connected network of green spaces accessible to all.
PCN cable television's show, Building Pennsylvania, works with historians and architects to take you on a tour of the buildings and monuments across the commonwealth. Watch Marc Mondor, AIA, LEED Fellow, discuss sustainable architecture in Downtown Pittsburgh with local examples of projects where evolveEA has led sustainable design and operations efforts.
New Sun Rising and evolveEA Receive Environmental Excellence Award for Triboro Ecodistrict Air Quality ProjectsOctober 8, 2021 1:12 pm
The American Planning Association selects an evolveEA project as the winning Sustainable Urban Design Plan.
We are excited to share our storymap with the Hazelwood community and the world! The storymap is an interactive web tool that we are using to publicize the project—it includes a survey to help us learn more about how people migrate to and from Hazelwood and how people use buses and bus shelters. We invite you to take a look and share your thoughts with us by answering the questions you'll come across as you scroll through!