Brightworks supported the design team for this arts center in New York with specialized LEED guidance. The new center houses a 350-seat proscenium theater, a 200-seat black box, dance studios, a grand lobby, and media labs.
New galleries and outdoor gardens will honor and educate visitors about the indigenous peoples of California, their relationship to the natural environment, and key resource stewardship practices they have used to sustain their cultures.
The City of Santa Clara, which requires LEED certification for new city buildings, will soon boast a new, LEED certified library, serving as a civic destination for the surrounding Rivermark planned community.
Home to over 30 aircraft from World War II, the Flying Heritage Museum at Paine Field has added exhibit space, a museum shop, an interpretive theater, and support space for its growing collection in a new, LEED Silver Certified addition.
Brightworks conducted an opportunity assessment for this 3,000-seat performance space, discovering opportunities to reduce operational costs, enhance green cleaning practices, and improve waste management.