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Hughes Marino Building Achieves LEED Status

Hughes Marino Inc. was awarded LEED status for its new building at 1450 Front St. This status was based upon the building’s proximity to a variety of public transportation hubs, as well as other basic community services such as banks, dry cleaners, parks, restaurants and schools. Additional points were awarded for renovating an existing building with a “cool roof” and installing Energy Star rated equipment and appliances in the building.

The Hughes Marino building in downtown San Diego, formerly an industrial building dating back to the 1950s, underwent extensive remodeling requiring an investment of more than $5 million. The building was recently awarded LEED status for its proximity to public transportation hubs and services.
The Hughes Marino building in downtown San Diego, formerly an industrial building dating back to the 1950s, underwent extensive remodeling requiring an investment of more than $5 million. The building was recently awarded LEED status for its proximity to public transportation hubs and services.

The Hughes Marino Construction Management team helped oversee the LEED certification process. The team includes Dean Peterson, senior vice president, LEED AP; Dave Bates, vice president, LEED AP; Steven Gorup, project manager, LEED AP; and Nik Bandak, project engineer, LEED green associate.

Dean Petersen is division president of Hughes Marino, an award-winning commercial real estate company specializing in project management, tenant representation and building purchases, with offices across the nation. Contact Dean at 1-844-662-6635 or dean@hughesmarino.com to learn more.



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