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MY STRONG HOME Program Earns Presidential Recognition

By Green Coast on 27 Aug 2015

As a real estate developer, Ramsey Green had pondered this question and when he found an answer he wanted to share it. The short answer was “yes,” but was there an economical way for homeowners to strengthen their homes against storms and receive lower insurance premiums? more…

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Partner Spotlight: GCE Green Development

By Green Coast on 25 Aug 2015

Sometimes opportunity can present itself in unusual ways. Frank Burkhardt, GCE Green Development senior project manager, was riding his bike in the TremÃ(c) neighborhood in May 2014 when he saw firefighters battling a blaze that was consuming a historic Esplanade Avenue mansion. Burkhardt quickly snapped a photo, sent it to his boss and called him. more…

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Ten Years Later - A Reflection from Green Coast President, Will Bradshaw

By Green Coast on 25 Aug 2015

In October of 2005, I traveled to New Orleans for the third time. As a kid, I had visited the city; the second time, like so many college kids, I came for Mardi Gras. This third time, I was coming to help Leonard and Louise Riggio start what later became Project Home Again. They had asked me to move here for six months to identify opportunities for their support. more…

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Partner Spotlight: GCE Services

By Green Coast on 22 Jul 2015

“We strive to be the smartest in our field at improving building performance and comfort in a hot and humid climate,” says GCE Services partner Jackie Dadakis. “Our team has many years of experience and is accredited in numerous rating systems, including LEED and Energy Star. Greener, healthier and more efficient buildings do not mean higher costs, and we have proven that.” more…

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Helping Solve the Affordable Housing Crisis

By Green Coast on 22 Jul 2015

Part of the solution rests on creating greener, healthier and more affordable housing that includes • Reduced energy consumption and water costs, • Less wear and tear on building systems, and • Improved tenant comfort. more…

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