Assembly delivers quality buildings that are built to last and be loved right where they are needed most for people and planet.
Our process unlocks unparalleled environmental benefits and meets rigorous third-party sustainability initiatives.
Assembly’s buildings achieve a +70% energy savings through measures like high-performance facades, efficient HVAC systems and EnergyStar appliances.
Precision manufacturing and a front-loaded design process reduce waste before the first cut is even made.
Integrated designs, high-fidelity models, and supply chain management increase control of material specifications, enabling us to select low-carbon, non-toxic options.
Features like low-voc finishes, induction cooktops, insulated and air-tight facades, and enhanced air filtration create excellent indoor air quality, thermal comfort and acoustics.
Flexible systems easily incorporate advanced green technologies, such as induction cooktops, heat pumps and smart circuit breakers.
By displacing most construction activities to a controlled factory environment, we improve worker safety and comfort.
Reduced onsite construction time and minimal heavy equipment reduce Assembly’s impact on the surrounding community during construction.
Through features like ultra-insulated facades, stormwater collection and cool roofs, our buildings can better withstand extreme weather expected in this changing climate.
We tackle not only operational carbon but also embodied carbon through expedited onsite construction, a lightweight steel structure and material tracking.
Assembly is a proud early adopter of IWBI’s WELL for Residential program, which reaffirms our commitment to supporting health and wellbeing through our building design and performance.
Assembly’s first two projects are pursuing Passive House (PHIUS) certification to verify their outstanding energy efficiency through passive design strategies.
Assembly is a signatory of the AIA 2030 Commitment and as such is dedicated to reaching carbon neutrality by 2030 across our projects.
Assembly uses holistic design strategies to deliver low-carbon, attractive and healthy buildings.
Our sustainability goals will require innovation - that’s why we’ve partnered with industry-leading organizations to develop technologies and processes for the next generation of buildings.
Assembly is thrilled to have NYCEEC as our pre-development lender for the 247 E 117 St project. NYCEEC provides loans for clean energy projects in communities throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.
As a member of the Advanced Building Construction Collaborative, a group committed to reducing energy and greenhouse gas emissions through cost-effective, efficient building techniques and materials, Assembly is moving the industry forward with like-minded companies.
Assembly is a proud participant in IMPEL, a Department of Energy tech-to-market program focused on building technologies, funded by the Building Technologies Office and implemented by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.