The buildings on Finley Cay will include a Conservation Center with owners accommodation, Researchers & Guests Housing for the scientists and ornithologists that visit the island, as well as housing for a full time island warden.
There will also be a conservation facilities that will run a bird banding programme in association with OOOF (One Ocean One Future) to monitor the White Crown Pigeons and also run educational workshops to allow bohemian students to learn about the conservation and protection of the Cay.
Finley Cay will be using a new form of architecture specifically designed for delicate ecosystems. Each building will be built on minimal footprints with a unique shape providing great resistance to hurricanes. Completely powered by the sun and wind, utilizing the most advanced eco-friendly tehnologies available. Built completely off site, the structures can be laid down quickly with no disturbance to the surrounding area.
Construction workers will be housed on a self-contained boat during the construction phase, containing toilets, kitchens, etc. providing protection to the island.
Our landing craft will be used to transport materials for the structures to the island and used as the assembly area to eliminate the lay down area on the island.
The structures use a rigorous selection of eco-logical sound building materials bringing it to exceed LEED Platinum certification requirements
LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the most widely used green building rating system in the world. LEED provides a framework to create healthy, highly efficient and cost-saving green build. LEED certification is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement
We wish to show a commitment to use environmental best practice standards and will be adopting and using all the latest available eco-friendly technologies