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BLUE COLLAR. LEED CERTIFIED.
2410 NORTH FOREST ROAD
Rendition of 2410 North Forest
SOLAR TRACKING SYSTEM (BUFFALO)
2 SOLAR TRACKERS AT OUR BUFFALO HEADQUARTERS
We dug trenches and laid conduit to bring the power into our headquarters.
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BLUE COLLAR. LEED CERTIFIED.

NIAGARA FALLS BRIDGE COMMISSION ADMINISTRATION BUILDING

NIAGARA FALLS BRIDGE COMMISSION

Overview

LEED Certified Headquarters for Niagara Falls Bridge Commission
When the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission was looking for a green contractor, they chose CIR to help build their LEED Certified headquarters in Lewiston, NY. 

Project Details

Completed: September 2004
Owner: Niagara Falls Bridge Commission
Location: Lewiston, NY
Architect: Wendel Duchscherer Architects & Engineers
Construction Manager: Turner Construction
Foreman: Jeff Haseley

Category

Commercial

Overview of Job

CIR worked with Turner Construction on the $675,000 electrical contract for this new facility. The electrical contract included all of the interior electrical wiring and lighting, all site and parking lot lighting, fire alarm, security, data wiring, and installation of a back-up generator. 
***Special Thanks to Ed Washcalus for the tour of the facility.
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