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2011 IBS Presentation on Site Selection and Design

View the 2011 IBS Presentation on “Fundamentals of Site Selection and Design” presented by Thomas C. Barton, III, AIA of BartonPartners, Mike Rosen, AIA of the The Martin Architectural Group, and Brian Miller, AIA of Danielian Associates.

2011 IBS Presentation on Innovative Stormwater Management

View the 2011 IBS Presentation on “Adding Value to Your Project Through Innovative Stormwater Management Strategies” presented by Douglas Olsen, RLA, ASLA, LEED AP of BartonPartners; Eric Schrock of Dewey Companies; and Jason S. Engelhardt, PE, LEED AP of Langan Engineering & Environmental Services, Inc.

2011 IBS Presentation on Apartment and Condo Design

View the 2011 IBS Presentation on “Apartment and Condo Design Showcase – Featuring Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Awards Winners” presented by Bill Warwick of BartonPartners, Thomas P. Cox, AIA, LEED AP of TCA, Dan Withee, AIA, LEED AP of Withee Malcolm Architects, LLP.

40 Park Featured in Builder and Developer Magazine

NAHB Pillars Award winner, 40 Park, was featured in Builder and Developer’s “Multifamily Issue” this month. In the article, Tom Barton (architect), Debra Tantleff (developer), and Jim Kearny, Jr. (builder) discuss how 40 Park contributes to the overall downtown redevelopment of Morristown, NJ. Click Here to read the article in Builder and Developer's digital edition.

The Oaks at Weatherby Ribbon Cutting

The Oaks at Weatherby formally opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on November 23rd in Woolwich Township, New Jersey. BartonPartners was proud to team with Community Investment Strategies Inc (CIS) to design the township’s first affordable rental housing development.

Sustainable by Design

Too many designers and build­ers start with expensive products and tech­nol­ogies in an effort to create energy-efficient homes. It is best to start with simple, com­mon­sense solutions to achieve sus­tain­ability by design.

Green Building Starts with Land Planning and Urban Design

Does sustainability only mean that proposed buildings within a project meet some sort of criteria (LEED® or otherwise) that designate them as “green”? Or, is there a more elusive, perhaps more encompassing definition to the term sustainability?