US Green Building Council (USGBC)
LEED for Homes
BPC builds certified LEED for Homes that are certified under the USGBC LEED for Homes program
The USGBC named The Taft School Faculty Residence built by BPC as the Outstanding Single-Family Project in the US for 2015.
The Taft School faculty home serves as a high-performance residence and learning lab for students. It is Connecticut’s first building to achieve LEED Platinum certification under the Building Design and Construction rating system for Homes using the new and more stringent LEED v4. The design and construction process is used as a teaching tool for science classes. The students monitor the energy use and there is also a vegetable garden, chickens and a rain garden on site as part of a comprehensive sustainability site.
2017 LEED Platinum: a new colonial style home in Clinton, NY. (Passive House Colonial II)
2015 LEED Silver: a fully renovated colonial style house in Ridgefield. (70s Colonial Update)
2015 LEED Platinum: a new Historic Colonial-style Home in Watertown. (Passive House Colonial)
2014 LEED certified: a new Neo-Traditional-style Home in Ridgefield.
2013 LEED Platinum: a new Contemporary-style Home in New Fairfield. (Candlewood Mountaintop Contemporary)
2013 LEED Gold: a new Neo-Traditional-style Home in Norwalk. (Classic Single-Gable Design)
2012 LEED Platinum: a new Contemporary-style Home in Norwalk. (Green Contemporary Home on the Sound)
2010 LEED Platinum: a fully renovated and expanded cape-style house in Ridgefield. This was the first home certified at the platinum tier in Fairfield County. (Reimagined Cape)
2009 LEED Platinum: a new Adirondack-style Home in New Canaan. (A Taste of the Adirondacks)
2007 LEED Silver: a new Neo-Traditional-style home in Bethany became one of the first LEED certified homes in the country during the pilot phase of the program.