Student Life Pavilion at University of San Diego

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The Student Life Pavilion is a comprehensive social center that includes full service dining area, greenhouse market,  a state-of-the-art University bookstore, and an integrated academic student service center.  This 16th Century Spanish Renaissance is modernized with high efficiency systems, a large solar panel system, low flow plumbing fixtures, and a green roof.  The project was kept clean, dry and smoke free.  Low-emitting, regional and recycled content materials were utilized, and green cleaning products are used throughout the facility.  Landscaping was designed to encourage pedestrians, with inviting spaces throughout for current and future students, faculty, staff and visitors to enjoy.

Project Info
Location: 5998 Alcala Park, San Diego, CA 92110
Project Area: 50,000 SF
Project Type: Education
Version: LEED NC 2.2
Certification Level: Gold
Points Achieved: 41
Certification Date: 3/22/2011

Project Team
Owner: University of San Diego
Architect: Hom + Goldman Architects
Architect: Architects Mosher Drew Watson Ferguson
Builder: Rudolph & Sletten
Civil Engineer: Latitude 33
Landscape Architect: ETP Design
Mechanical/Plumbing Engineer: Shadpour Consulting Engineers
Electrical Engineer: Michael Wall Engineering
Commissioning Agent: Equal Air Balance
LEED Consultant: Drew George & Partners

Featured on Archetype Fall/Winter 2010 Edition

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