King Street Station

LEED energy modeling for this $55 million renovation of the long-neglected King Street Station, which first opened in 1906. Project included ground-source heat pumps to regulate temperatures for the building, as well as photovoltaic solar panels on south facing canopies to generate electricity for the station. Original building materials were salvaged for reuse and 98% of waste generated by the process was recycled. The project is aiming for LEED Platinum with a perfect 21/21 score in energy performance.
[This project was completed under Arup]

details
Sector:Commercial
Location:Seatlle, USA
Date:2009
Team
Architect:ZGF Architects
Design Engineer:Arup
Client:Seattle Department of Transportation
Achievements
Utility Cost Savings:N/A
Energy Savings:N/A
Carbon Savings:N/A
Green Certificate:LEED-CS (Platinum)
Particulars
Renewable Tech:Photovoltaic
Green Features:Optimized Architecture; Natural Ventilation; Advanced building controls; Optimized HVAC; High efficacy lighting
Modeling Tools:eQUEST
Notable:"2012 ASCE Top Engineering Award"
Services provided
LEED Energy Consulting
Energy Modeling & Design Advice
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