GREEN Technology

TREK continually strives to advance the use of green technology but works to balance advancement with practicality.  In addition to its standard threshold green building practices including energy-star compliance, HERS ratings, and recycling, significant investments in innovative GREEN infrastructure  have been made.   Dalton’s Edge and the Century Building were the 1st open loop geothermal to be combined with 5+ energy star in the region. TREK made investments in closed-loop geothermal  in Rockwood and The Homestead in 1995.  Other installations include:

LEED Developments

  • Century Building – LEED Gold; Pittsburgh (1st in the region)
  • Homestead Apartments: Towers A and B– LEED Silver; Homestead

Solar Photovoltaic Developments

  • Grandview Pointe – Blairsville
  • Grace Place – Punxsutawney
  • Thomas Village – Gibsonia
  • Hearth – Shaler
  • The Overlook – Braddock
  • Dinwiddie Street Housing – Pittsburgh
  • Village at Brierwood – Somerset
  • Village at Ridgmont- Ridgway

Geothermal Developments

  • Dalton’s Edge – Tarentum
  • Century Building – Pittsburgh
  • Fraser Hall – Turtle Creek
  • Orchard Hill – Indiana
  • Dinwiddie Street Housing – Pittsburgh
  • Grace Place – Punxsutawney
  • The Homestead – Indiana
  • Rockwood Apartments – Rockwood

EnergyStar
USBGC

Download TREK’s Standard Green Specifications
Download TREK’s Sustainability Policy