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Working with Project Frog, Loisos + Ubbelohde provided energy modeling and daylight modeling for this 7500 sf interim facility for the Crissy Field Center, part of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and the National Park Service. The project includes high-performance classrooms, a science lab, media lab, youth leadership room, sustainable arts room and cafe. The light fixtures are connected to occupancy and daylight sensors that respond to room occupancy and maintain required lighting levels. The Crissy Field Center features recycled materials and low energy use. The siding of the building combines reclaimed and re-milled redwood from the Victorian-era Cal Park Hill Railway Tunnel in Marin with orange-colored Ecoclad, a product that mixes bamboo fibers and recycled paper. A rainscreen wall system creates an air gap between the siding and the building to improve mold resistance. The building's cement slab has 35% recycled content. There is a real time building monitoring system for electricity and water use.

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PRODUCT
Project FROG

LOCATION
San Francisco, CA

CURRENT STATUS
Occupied, 2010

AWARDS
USGBC LEED Platinum, 2013

National Park Service, “Building the Future” Environmental Achievement Award, 2011

California Construction Best Green Building Award, 2010




Aerial view of project.