The Fisher Pavilion

The Fisher Pavilion

3D Warehouse Staff
The Fisher Pavilion is one of the first buildings in Seattle to be designed and constructed under the city policy requiring all public facilities over 5,000 square feet to achieve a LEED Silver rating. Burying the building, and using a high-mass (10" total concrete) roof decrease envelope loads on the building, resulting in a heating savings of over 13,000 Btus per square foot per year. Lighting-energy use is reduced to 52% of allowable lighting energy per Seattle Energy Code, which additionally reduces cooling load within the building, and total consumption by over 22,000 Btus per square foot per year. Potable water use is greatly reduced from existing conditions. It is projected that the client will save 479,000 gallons per year in the building, and 65,000 gallons per year in irrigation water. #Adaptable_design #CD_waste_management #Commissioning #Connection_to_outdoors #Contracting #Daylighting #department_of_eneregy #doe #Droughttolerant_landscaping #Durability #Efficient_irrigation #Efficient_lighting #energy_efficient #Glazing #Green_framework #Green_specifications #HVAC #Indigenous_vegetation #Indoor_air_quality_monitoring #Insulation_levels #Integrated_team #Local_materials #Lowemitting_materials #Massing_and_orientation #Natural_ventilation #Occupant_recycling #Open_space_preservation #Operations_and_maintenance #Recycled_materials #Simulation #Stormwater_management #Thermal_comfort #Training #Transportation_benefits #Ventilation_effectiveness #Wildlife_habitat
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