|Architect:||Perkins Eastman Architects|
|Client:||Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center|
This new health care facility addresses the ongoing needs of children with serious ailments and disabilities. The project includes patient rooms, family facilities, school classrooms, therapeutic facilities and administrative areas. Vidaris performed LEED consulting, energy analyses and commissioning, in support of the design team (Perkins Eastman Architects and Jaros Baum & Bolles MEP). The building has certain unusual features, including triple-pane low-e glass, highly-insulated walls, condensing boilers and heat recovery. Vidaris' work was cofunded by the New York State Energy Research & Development Authority.