A tour of the first building on the site was held July 10, 2008 for about 20 individuals studying for their LEED AP accreditation. The two site photos show the low height way finding lights for the access roads and the interior of the Neyer Properties offices. Thanks to Jeff Chamot for giving the tour. Education is one of the credits they are submitting for.
This 460,000 sq. ft. commercial office campus being constructed at I-71 and Dana Avenue will include integration with the current Evanston Park on the west side of the site. Some LEED features include: integration and improvement of existing park and greenspace, high efficiency HVAC, allowing for bicycle and public transportation, job site recycling and reduced water use landscape design. LEED interior buildout will be encouraged. Illustrations by permission of Neyer Properties.
Heapy Engineering's headquarters in Dayton, OH has a green roof and many advanced area controls for lighting and tempering. This view shows the shade overhang on the south facing employee entrance.
This industrial office and warehouse was completely renovated and LEED Interior Silver documentation has been submitted. Interior tearout finishes were recycled. President, Jack King, will speak at the October 19, 2007 LEED owners event at The Boulter House. The final cost per square foot was nearly half of a comparable space. One photo shows the underfloor airconditioning and electrical distribution that they represent. Such a floor was used in the American Laundry Building in Norwood, OH. Another interesting feature of the building is that the lower floor is built into the hillside.
The Buckeye Trails Service Center in Dayton, OH has cement siding, trees growing up through the patio, interior use of trees removed for construction for furniture, particle board beams, cloth towels, china dishes, daylighting, telephone pole structural elements, exposed utilities, sun shades, green roof, light colored membrane roof and native plants.
Melink headquarter's building in Milford, OH is an efficient two story manufacturing facility. It was the first Gold LEED certified building in Ohio. President, Steve Melink spoke at the May 25, 2007 LEED event at The Boulter House. Some of the LEED features are: geothermal HVAC, solar panels, views from all cubicals, operable windows, recycled […]