Murphy Brothers Contracting To Receive 2017 Best of BOMA Award
Murphy Brothers Contracting will be honored at the 26th Annual BOMA Hall of Honor Awards Dinner as the recipient of The Best of BOMA Westchester County’s Signature Award in the category of “Re-position / Re-purpose Award” for Mamaroneck Self Storage. The 40,000 self-storage facility was designed by architect Kim Martelli and developed by the general contracting firm on their own property in the Village of Mamaroneck. A recent winner of a 2016 HOBI Award for “Best Green Commercial Project”, Murphy Brothers collaborated with nationally known energy consultants, Steven Winter Associates to construct their building under NYSERDA’s New Construction Program to rate better than 52% more energy efficient than required by the NYS building code. The results succeeded in averaging yearly operating cost savings of over $30,000 while providing a NYSERDA rebate check totally close to $50,000.
The Westchester IDA granted a sales tax relief incentive to the project, enabling the Murphy Brothers to wrap the savings into a more energy-efficient building strategy. The green facility highlights energy-saving features that include: high-performance spray foam insulation; high-efficiency HVAC equipment with variable frequency flow heat pumps for heating/cooling and a 65% efficient energy recovery ventilation system; interior and exterior LED lighting on motion sensors; and an 8 kw solar shingle system.
The award will be presented at The Building Owners and Managers Association of Westchester County’s annual dinner held on May 11th at Abigail Kirsch at Tappan Hill.
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