TD Bank Branch

Mc Gowan overcame many challenges inherent to working with historic buildings to successfully modernize this 40-year-old building to LEED Certified status. 

Without disturbing the building’s outer shell, work included installation of a new roof, waterproofing, underground utilities and mechanical systems, interior finishes and impact windows.

In addition to amending the building to meet strict modern building codes, the work was awarded LEED Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. Prerequisites that must be satisfied to attain LEED Certification include water efficiency, using eco-friendly materials and resources, and building a green infrastructure. Mc Gowan also installed mosaic tile, a canopy and a new stucco façade with a decorative mural wall sourced from a local artist.

This project is Mc Gowan’s second for TD Bank in the region; earlier in the year the firm built a ground-up 2900 square foot TD Bank branch in South Florida which was also awarded with LEED status.

Project Details

Client:

TD Bank

Property Address:

581 West 40 Street
Miami Beach, Florida

Project Size:

1,551 square feet

Project Value:

2 million

Completion Date:

December 2012

Architect:

Robert Reid Wedding Architects and Planners, AIA, Inc.

Services Provided:

General Contracting

Project Type:

Renovation

Division:

Ground-Up

Industry:

Financial Services