Northern Arizona University’s International Pavilion is a 10,000-square-foot building in Flagstaff, Arizona that serves as a gathering and learning space for the University’s international student population and as a demonstration of sustainable design and energy conservation. The project’s design team had the intent of creating a high performing facility from the conceptual d...
- 10th September 2015
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Northern Arizona University's new home for the Center for International Education is designed to pursue LEED Platinum certification through extensive use of natural airflow, an absence of traditional mechanical air units, efficient radiant heating solutions and an enhanced approach to daylighting.
Combined with a 35-kW solar panel array on the roof, project designers say the building is also o...
Halleh Landon, PE, LEED AP BD+C, USGBC AZ Green Schools Advocate, shares her insights on easy ways to incorporate sustainable practices in the classroom and school environment.
See the wordpress article here: thegreenschoolhouseseries.wordpress.com/2011/10/04/can-teachers-and-students-make-a-school-more-sustainable
Or read the entire e-mag here: viewer.zmags.com/publication/16eecae8...
- 19th April 2013
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Click link below to see ESD's USGBC AZ LEED Platinum project profile.
- 18th April 2013
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ESD is a member of the USGBC and over half of our designers are LEED Accredited Professionals. Our staff also includes the first Arizona ASHRAE certified Commissioning Process Management Professional (CPMP) and Certified Energy Managers (CEM). One of our Vice Presidents and Electrical Engineers is USGBC Arizona's Green School Advocate. Through this relationship, we are able to support and educa...