Heat Island Effect: Roof – White TPO with high Solar Reflectance Index used to reject heat gain.
Water Efficient Landscaping - Planted low maintenance native plants that eliminate the need for potable water irrigation.
Water Use Reduction – Installed high efficiency fixtures to reduced water consumption over 40% from the baseline.
Optimize Energy Performance - Utilized 20’ diameter, High Volume Low Velocity Fans to reduce the heat load on the HVAC system.
Enhanced Commissioning – Contracted a third party Commissioning Agent to help in design, implementation, and testing.
Green Power – Owner signed a 2 year contract to purchase 70% Green-e Certified Clean Source power.
Construction Waste Management – Recycled asphalt, concrete, wood, metal, and cardboard to reduced the waste stream by 94%
Recycled Content - Procured construction materials containing 23.4% recycled content.
Regional Materials – Regional materials obtained within a 500 mile radius of Shippensburg, PA constituted 43.3%.
Certified Wood – 95% of the wood doors, millwork, trusses, and plywood were sourced from FS managed forests.
Low-Emitting Materials: Composite Wood & Agrifiber – All wood doors, particle board, plywood, and adhesives, utilized no added urea-formaldehyde resins.
To discuss how Kinsley can make your next sustainable project a success, please contact:
Steve Schrum, P.E., LEED AP
Vice President email@example.com
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“In addition to working well with the owner, Kinsley has also interacted well with our Civil Engineering Firm, Architectural Firm, Commissioning Agent, Attorney and the other members of our project team. This teamwork as been outstanding and has truly been the foundation of a very successful project.”
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