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The Environmental Protection Agency the NYC Department of Environmental Protection present a $3,000 donation to the Durst Foundation.

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Caption: The Environmental Protection Agency the NYC Department of Environmental Protection present a $3,000 donation to the Durst Foundation. The Durst Organization's building, The Helena, won a Green Building Design Competition Award in an NYCDEP/ EPA-run competition. The Helena is New York City's first voluntarily sustainable high-rise residential building. Pictured left to right: Emily Lloyd, commissioner, NYC Department of Environmental Protection; Alan J. Steinberg, EPA Regional 2 administrator; Pam Lippe, principal, e4 inc.; Bruce Fowle, FAIA, LEED, senior principal, FXFOWLE ARCHITECTS, PC; Helena Durst, assistant vice president, The Durst Organization.
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Date:Jul 12, 2006
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