Rockville Bank (Conn.) has received the official U.S. Green Building Council LEED Silver 2011 Award in recognition of achieving Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) certification for its “Green” branch office at 768 North Main Street in Manchester. A model for all other banks in Connecticut, the building is the first bank branch in the state with its entire property utilizing “Green” technology and engineering – indoors and outdoors. The project’s final LEED rating reflects 35 documented and approved points, which corresponds to the silver certification level under the LEED for New Construction rating system.
Pictured: Rockville Bank staff celebrates with senior representatives from Solidus, the project’s Rocky Hill, Conn.-based architect and design firm. (left to right):
- Jennifer Miller, Solidus Construction Project Manager;
- Richard J. Trachimowicz, Rockville Bank Executive Vice President;
- Laurie A. Rosner, Rockville Bank Senior Vice President, Marketing & Administrative Services Officer;
- Mark Charette, Solidus Chief Executive Officer;
- Richard C. DiChiara, Rockville Bank Senior Vice President, Retail Banking Officer;
- Scott Trice, Rockville Bank Branch Officer of the North Main St., Manchester office; and
- Robert Fontaine, Solidus Vice President Construction.
Rockville Bank is a 21½-branch community bank serving Tolland, Hartford and New London counties in Connecticut. It provides a convenient banking lifestyle for Colchester, Coventry, East Windsor, Ellington, Enfield, Glastonbury, Manchester, Rockville, Somers, South Glastonbury, South Windsor, Suffield, Vernon, seven days a week in Tolland, and three Big Y supermarket locations. For more information about Rockville Bank’s services and products, call 860-291-3600.