King County Affirms That Environmental Measures by Quadrant Homes Prove Successful At Trilogy and Redmond Ridge
BELLEVUE, Wash., May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — A new report from King County affirms that, after a 12-year monitoring program, environmental systems put in place by Quadrant Homes to protect water quality, fish and wildlife and other environmental features at Trilogy and Redmond Ridge have been successful.
“Quadrant created these two communities to become great places to live, work, and play and also to provide long-term environmental protections,” said Bonnie Geers, Vice President of Community Development for Quadrant Homes. “We were confident in the measures we established for these communities, but it’s especially gratifying to learn that scientists from the University of Washington and King County have concluded that the environmental systems Quadrant built into the community have met all the conditions of the master agreement.”
Researchers from King County and the University of Washington conducted the monitoring study, with Quadrant Homes providing water and groundwater sampling and assessment, as well as submitting data to King County for evaluation. Throughout the study, Quadrant also ensured that all permit conditions and requirements were met to develop the communities.
Approximately 8,500 people live in Redmond Ridge and Trilogy.
About Quadrant Homes
More Washingtonians live in a Quadrant home than in one constructed by any other builder. Quadrant Homes, a subsidiary of Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Company, is now in its 42nd year of award-winning home building in the Puget Sound region. Quadrant’s “Built Your Way” approach encourages home buyers to select the features that matter most to them. The company is currently building or developing new-home communities in King, Snohomish, Pierce, Thurston, Kitsap, and Skagit counties. Quadrant was recognized with the 2010 Guildmaster Award for exceptional customer satisfaction, has been named a Builder of the Year by the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties, and one of Washington’s Best Work Places by The Puget Sound Business Journal. Quadrant has also been designated by the Environmental Protection Agency as a qualified ENERGY STARÃ‚® builder. For more information, visit Quadrant’s Web site (www.quadranthomes.com), (www.twitter.com/quadranthomes) and (www.facebook.com/quadranthomes).
SOURCE Quadrant Homes