Paul Cataldo on Green Inside & Out Radio Show

In January 2016, Paul Cataldo was honored to be a guest on Green Inside and Out, the award-winning radio show covering Long Island environmental issues broadcast live on WUSB 90.1 FM from Stony Brook University. Paul and his fellow Long Island Green Building Council member Victor DaCosta joined host Beth Fiteni to discuss green architecture. [...]

Earth Day Ground-Breaking for New LEED LGBT Network Community Center in Patchogue

Please join us this Friday, on Earth Day, April 22, at 10am at the ground-breaking ceremony for the latest PCAP green building project, the new LGBT Network community center in Patchogue at 7 Crossway Blvd. The new 18,000 square-foot facility, the LGBT Network’s fifth location, will be the first in the region to provide a wide range of needed services that [...]

Paul Cataldo Mentioned in Newsday

We are honored to have architect Paul Cataldo mentioned in the January 15, 2016 edition of Newsday. Check out the article in the LI Home section of today’s paper!

New Long Island LGBT Community Center To Build Green

A Healthy Building Environment and Sustainability to Drive the Green Design of the New Suffolk County LGBT Center Paul Cataldo Architecture & Planning PC (PCAP) is proud to announce their newest green building project, designing the Long Island Headquarters of the LGBT Network. The 8,000 square-foot multifunction community center in Patchogue, NY will help the [...]

Paul Cataldo Architecture & Planning PC Hosts Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony of New Port Jefferson Office

Town officials, members of the Port Jefferson Chamber of Commerce, clients, family, and friends all gathered to celebrate the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new offices of Long Island green architecture firm Paul Cataldo Architecture & Planning PC on September 30, 2014. Melissa Petsco, Director of the Port Jefferson Chamber of Commerce, officiated the dedication and ribbon-cutting, providing [...]

Paul Cataldo Architecture & Planning, PC Expands Offices In Port Jefferson, NY

Long Island green architecture firm Paul Cataldo Architecture & Planning, PC has relocated to a new office building at 646 Main Street, Suite 202, in the pedestrian-friendly midtown area of Port Jefferson. In addition to the new office, the firm has expanded its staff, welcoming additional designers and draftspersons. “I really believe our growth is [...]

Paul Cataldo To Serve on Advisory Panel of Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe on Long Island

Paul Cataldo, of Paul Cataldo Architecture & Planning PC, has been asked by the board of directors at the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe to serve on the Advisory Panel for the museum buildings and grounds, located in Shoreham, Long Island, NY. “I am extremely excited and proud to bring my experience and enthusiasm to [...]

Springtime Is A Time For New Beginnings, Growth, and…. Construction Starts!

As an architect firm, after a long winter here on Long Island, we couldn’t be any more excited for spring and all the new construction that comes with warmer weather. Here are the latest photos for an addition we’re designing to a very unique house on the bluffs in Riverhead, NY. Some of the green [...]

Paul Cataldo Speaks At Sierra Club Green Building Lecture

On January 13th, 2014, green architect Paul Cataldo gave a lecture to the Long Island Sierra Club about green home design. Some of the topics covered were thermal mass, passive solar home design, green urban planning on Long Island, insulated concrete forms (ICF), structurally insulated panels (SIPs), air infiltration, home retrofits and green remodeling. Have a [...]

The Value of Continuous Insulation

The lines of lower level of snow in the photo are the lines of the wood structure below, in this case wood trusses.  Building heat conducts through the wood to melt some of the snow on the roof above.  The higher lines of snow are areas where below is attic air.  This is typical with [...]

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