COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS INSTITUTE

CAI is a 32,000 member national organization dedicated to building better communities. CAI and its Pennsylvania & Delaware Valley Chapter provide information, education and resources to associations and the professionals who support them. Our mission is to inspire professionalism, effective leadership and responsible citizenship, ideals reflected in communities that are preferred places to call home. CAI’s Pennsylvania & Delaware Valley Chapter is involved with GCCI in order to represent the interests of community associations and to educate and advocate for effective and economical sustainable urban living within the unique circumstances of community associations.

CAMCO MANAGEMENT COMPANY

CAMCO MANAGEMENT COMPANY is the largest independently owned community association management company in the Greater Philadelphia region. Since 1975 CAMCO Management Company has provided skilled managers, accountants and support staff to the region's best condominium and homeowner association communities.

CAMCO serves over 18,000 homeowners in more than 85 communities in the counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia. Approximately 60% of our clients live in town home and apartment style communities while the other 40% live in luxury hi-rise buildings. CAMCO manages more Philadelphia area hi-rise condominiums than any other management company.

DREXEL UNIVERSITY'S GREEN INITIATIVE AND GREEN BUILDING INITIATIVE

The Drexel University Green Initiative is guided by the five key principles of Efficiency, Recycling, Reduction, Re-use and Education, the Drexel University Green Initative aims to transform Drexel University into a sustainability leader. The initiative covers all aspects of university life from buildings and operations to academics and student life and relies on the active participation of students, faculty, administration and professional staff for its continued success. Read more --->

Drexel University by way of their Green Building Initiative is the first university in the country to commit to using Green Globes®, the Green Building Initiative's™ (GBI) independent environmental impact monitoring system, comprehensively through university policy, for all new construction and existing campus buildings. Green Globes is a web-enabled green building management tool that includes an assessment protocol, rating system and a framework of guidance for integrating environmentally friendly design and operation into buildings. A third-party independent assessment process is completed one year after occupancy, and results in a ranking based on Green Globes metrics.

GREATER PHILADELPHIA CONDOMINIUM MANAGERS ASSOCIATION

The major goals of GPCMA are educational and in the broadest sense, political. GPCMA advances the professional and educational growth of its members through open sharing of information and ideas. his is accomplished through meetings, seminars, field trips and a robust email network. GPCMA also provides a peer network to share solutions to common issues, and monitors and responds to legislative proposals affecting condominium and cooperative homeowners in the Delaware Valley.

THE KENNEDY HOUSE

The Kennedy House was built in 1968 as a 30 story cooperative building with 650 units. Residents are fully committed to energy conservation, recycling, and the preservation of the building in superior condition.

PENN CENTER HOUSE

Penn Center House is a cooperative housing corporation consisting of 432 residential high rise living units (varying from Studio Efficiencies up to 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath)and made up of roughly 800 individual members at any given time.

THE PHILADELPHIAN

The Philadelphian is the largest condominium residence in Philadelphia and the only condominium offering a full range of retail and professional services under one roof.

The Philadelphian is an exemplary example of a multifamily sustainability program that includes new energy efficiency windows; a totally new energy efficient mechanical plant; energy efficient lighting; and new thermostatically controlled individual heating and cooling systems in individual units. The owners recycle approximately 170 tons of residential recyclables including more than 15 items

WILLIAM PENN HOUSE

The William Penn House is located at 1919 Chestnut Street in the Rittenhouse Square area of Philadelphia. The William Penn House consists of 600 units with a parking garage and roof top swimming pool. There are 233 units with terraces.