Having completed work in over 120 Academic Facilities throughout Connecticut in over four decades, LaRosa Building Group is the Contractor of choice for Academic and Institutional Projects.
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Special care and expertise must be applied to the rehabilitation of historic structures when encountering antiquated and potentially hazardous building materials and bringing the structure up to current building standards without compromising its integrity. LaRosa has successfully completed projects where either the building was listed on State and/or National Historic Registers, or the project was within a historic district.
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Hollander Foundation Center
The Hollander Foundation Center was a renovation and restoration to a 6.5-story historic building in Hartford, Connecticut. The old capitol building was renovated into 70-units of mixed-income rental housing as well as 13,000 SF ground floor commercial space.
This project is the first LEED® Certified Multifamily housing project in the state of Connecticut, the first LEED® Certified project to use historic tax credits, as well as the first affordable housing development in the downtown Hartford area. During the initial design of this project, the LEED® Silver level was the goal. During the construction, there were items performed that added extra points to submit for LEED® Gold level.