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c a s e s t u d y challenging conventional BY JON WIENER, AIA Lincoln Barbour Faced with a growing allied health program and a shortage of space, Chemeketa Community College sought a sustainable renovation and addition to its existing health sciences building. The design team proposed an unconventional and potentially risky approach for the 72,000 ft2 addition: eliminate mechanical air conditioning and use passive cooling strategies to provide a comfortable, healthy building. The resulting addition uses 60% less energy than code, costs the same as conventional design and saves nearly $35,000 per year in operational costs compared to a code baseline building. 50 HIGH PERFORMING BUILDINGS Spring 2014

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DPR Construction Phoenix Regional Office
Bosarge Family Education Center at the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens
LED Lighting
Sandy High School
Chemeketa Health Sciences Complex Addition
HPB Technology

High Performing Buildings - Spring 2014

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