Two H2M designs receive LIBN Real Estate Award

On Tuesday, April 22, Long Island Business News recognized two properties designed by H2M architects + engineers at the 2014 Real Estate & Development Awards—The Hilton Garden Inn at the Stony Brook University Campus and The Bristal at Sayville.

The Hilton Garden Inn at the Stony Brook University Campus was awarded the Top Hospitality Development in Suffolk County. The five-story hotel features 135 guest rooms, a full commercial kitchen, dining room, 3,500 square foot meeting room, fitness center, swimming pool and spa. It incorporates various sustainable features within the design, including high-efficiency mechanical equipment, a high thermal-resistive building envelope and a building management system.

The Bristal at Sayville was awarded the Top Assisted Living Development. It is a 136 unit, 101,000-square-foot assisted living facility, containing a 40-person dedicated dementia unit. The building features a unique, three-story design containing an array of active areas, including a crafts room, indoor cinema and bingo hall.

“I am extremely proud of the effort each team put in to creating such successful projects,” H2M President and CEO Rich Humann said. “They all did outstanding work.”

The LIBN Real Estate & Development Awards recognizes Long Island’s top professionals in the commercial and residential business community.