"Bina has been an integral part of the sustainability program for the USTA since 2008. And so when we embarked on our five-year, $650 million transformations of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in 2014, we engaged eco evolutions to ensure our sustainability goals were included in the transformation. Bina was instrumental in helping us achieve three LEED certifications: our Transportation building, our 8,125-seat Grandstand stadium, as well as our 14,000- seat Armstrong stadium. Grandstand Stadium was the first LEED-certified pro tennis stadium in the world, while Armstrong stadium is the first naturally ventilated tennis stadium. Bina served as the LEED project administrator for all three projects. Her thorough knowledge of the LEED process, steadfast attention to detail and ability to work seamlessly with the diverse project teams (owner’s representatives, designers and construction teams) was instrumental in achieving our sustainability goals for these high profile projects within very strict timelines."
-Daniel Zausner, Chief Operating Officer at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center