Learn about the construction and operations of this building designed for sustainability and functionality. Energy efficiency, water efficiency, daylighting, and a green roof are examples of sustainable initiatives incorporated into the design of this building.
The tour will also emphasize the ongoing efforts to keep the building operating at a level that meets the mission of the agency. Please join us for an interesting and interactive tour of a federally leased space.
Attendees can earn 1 GBCI continuing education (CE) hour.
- Learn about the challenges and success of the green roof and how it affects stormwater runoff and removing pollutants from stormwater.
- Water efficiency and water management are key initiatives incorporated into the design and maintenance of this building, including water efficient plumbing fixtures.
- Energy efficiency is also incorporated into this space through HVAC controls, occupancy and daylighting sensors, energy efficient lighting, amongst other techniques.
- Sustainable construction materials were used in the build-out phase of this project to earn the LEED Gold rating.
Presenter: Chris Razzazzian, EPA Region 8