West Wireless Health Institute

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The quest for sustainable buildings begins at the site selection stage, and although the West Wireless Health Institute (WWHI) is an interior renovation, its location provides several environmental benefits. WWHI has chosen 10350 North Torrey Pines Road in La Jolla, California as the San Diego base for its research to lower health care costs by accelerating the availability of wireless health solutions. The building is one of five that comprise the Torrey Pines Building complex. WWHI occupies the entire first, second and third floor of building 10350, and includes non-medical labs and offices that have been redesigned to aid the research activities of the facility.

Project Info
Location: 10350 North Torrey Pines Court, La Jolla, CA 92037
Project Area: 32,169 SF
Project Type: Medical
Version: LEED CI 2009
Certification Level: Gold
Points Achieved: 60
Certification Date: 1/04/2011

Project Team
Owner: West Wireless Health Institute
Architect: Kirk Moeller, McArdle Associates Architects
Builder: John Buza, J.A. Buza Corp
Landscape Architect: Christopher Bedord, SITE Design Studio
Electrical Engineer: Dan Mayoras, MPE Engineering
Mechanical Engineer: John McGee, McParlane & Associates
Plumbing Engineer: James Schmitz, McParlane & Associates
Commissioning Agent: Anthony Dalton, MBO Cx
Project Coordinator: Katie Howard, West Wireless Health Institute
LEED Consultant: Chad Coleman, Drew George & Partners

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