San Diego National Wildlife Refuge, Sweetwater Bay, Service & Support Facility

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Located in the SweetWater Marsh National Wildlife Complex near the town of Chula Vista in southern California, the Service/Support Building is a 2,350 sf building with a primary purpose of supporting the complex. The building has two occupied work spaces, smaller storage rooms, and two garage bays for vehicle storage.  The design of the building achieves enhanced energy performance, increased indoor air quality and water efficiency by utilizing a smart lighting design, low VOC (volatile organic compounds) materials, and high efficiency plumbing fixtures.

Project Info
Location: 1080 Gunpowder Point Drive, Chula Vista, CA 91910
Project Area: 2,350 sf
Project Type: Federal Government
Version: LEED NC 2009
Certification Level: Silver
Points Achieved: 51
Certification Date: 10/03/2011

Project Team
Owner: US Department of Interior Fish and Wildlife Service
Architect: Line and Space, LLC
Landscape Architect: Neri Landscape Architect
Civil, Mechanical, Plumbing, and Electrical Engineers: GLHN Architects and Engineers
Structural Engineer: Holben Martin and White
General Contractor: PCL Construction
Commissioning Agent:  CTG Energetics
LEED Consultant: Drew George & Partners

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