AP is Honored to be the Presenting Sponsor for the Race Street Pier Promenade Wednesday, June 19, 2013 6:00 - 9:00 PM
Read more about AP's green initiatives, including the Kensington High School, the Lincoln Financial Field and our Green Infrastructure Initiatives going on today in Philadelphia.
AP’s Green Infrastructure Improvements Project is a federally funded initiative that is part of a conscious effort, from PWD, the City of Philadelphia & Mayor Michael Nutter, to turn Philadelphia into a prospering, sustainable city.
AP crews have recently participated in the completion of the 1st of its kind, for the National Football league, solar & windmill combination power generation project, located at the Philadelphia Eagles Stadium.
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Building Excellence... One Project at a Time.
This pioneering and green technology project is another commitment from the PWD, the City of Philadelphia and Mayor Michael Nutter to develop waste recovery programs that develop a sustainable and cost conscious city wide utility infrastructure, while making Philadelphia the greenest city in America.
The Rehabilitation of the Philadelphia International Airport's Runway 9L/27R is a comprehensive lighting and paving endeavor encompassing the entire length of the runway.
The rehabilitation of the old State Street Bridge, built back in the 1800's which will become a pedestrian walking overpass, as well as the construction of a new State Street Bridge, meant for vehicular traffic.
Topped with a distinctive saw tooth roofline, this diminutive boutique of a high school is structured like a shopping mall yet portrays a warm and welcoming feel. The long, gunmetal-gray building has a beautiful gym and 200-seat auditorium anchoring the main wing.
The overall plan for the Navy Yard envisions a vibrant community of office, residential, institutional, retail, and recreation uses. A new landscaped boulevard placed at a diagonal to the existing street grid connects the Navy Yard's historic entrance at Broad Street to a new 250 slip marina, a centrally located focal point on the Delaware River.