San Luis National Wildlife Refuge, Los Banos,CA

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    Funded by the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the new environmentally friendly SIP built San Luis Wildlife Center will receive a new administrative headquarters and visitor center.

    This design utilizes Premier SIPS and clad in weathered steel- a less than energy design.

    This will be on among the greenest and largest Fish & Wildlife service projects funded by ARRA and will seek LEED Platinum.

    Panels provided:

    WALLS
    -1,784 SqFt of 4" Wall panels
    -464 SqFt of 6" Wall panels
    -6,960 SqFt of 8" Wall panels
    -7,052 SqFt of 12" Wall panels

    ROOF
    -5,536 SqFt of 8" Roof panels
    -9,380 SqFt of 10" Roof panels
    -6,856 SqFt of 12" Roof panels

    Architect: Catalyst Architecture
    GC: West Coast Builders

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    1. CATALYST ARCHITECTURE [deleted] 32 months ago | reply

      We are the architects for the 16,000 sq.ft. SLNWR HQ & Visitors Center. We worked closely with Premier to deliver this LEED-Platinum Seeking, "Less-Than-Zero" energy facility for the USFWS.

      "Less-Than-Zero" means the facility is designed to contribute more energy than it consumes.

      Please call for more information.

      --
      matt ackerman, LEED-AP AIA
      catalyst architecture, llc

      earth-conscious
      architecture
      community design
      & planning

      Prescott | Flagstaff
      928.778.3508

      catalystarchitecture.com
      USGBC member firm

    2. CATALYST ARCHITECTURE, LLC 19 months ago | reply

      (not sure what happened to the previous post!)

      We are the architects for the 16,000 sq.ft. SLNWR HQ & Visitors Center. We worked closely with Premier to deliver this LEED-Platinum Seeking, "Less-Than-Zero" energy facility for the USFWS.

      "Less-Than-Zero" means the facility is designed to contribute more energy than it consumes.

      Please call for more information.

      --
      matt ackerman, LEED-AP AIA
      catalyst architecture, llc

      earth-conscious
      architecture
      community design
      & planning

      Prescott | Flagstaff
      928.778.3508

      catalystarchitecture.com
      USGBC member firm

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