This project utilizes “solar energy” to produce electricity through the use of photo voltaic solar cells directly applied to the roofing membrane.
Adaptive re-use of a series of historic and non- historic warehouse/manufacturing buildings into offices and training center utilizing over 95% of the existing walls and over 50% of the interior walls and space.
Salvaged over 4,200 brick from falling walls and demolition that were cleaned, stacked and sorted to be re-used to repair interior and exterior walls.
The renovation and rebuilding of the wood structure utilized over 50% FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) lumber which is the responsible management of the forest products to be maintained and used an environmentally responsible, socially beneficial and sustainable manner.
Achieved Daylight & Views for over 75% of the space by design by taking advantage of the large historic windows and using roof top light monitors to bring light into the interior halls, rooms and other spaces.
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