CSU office building achieves LEED Gold certification

FORT COLLINS —  A Class A office building developed and owned by the Colorado State University Research Foundation has achieved LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

The three-story, 35,161-square-foot building is at 2243 Centre Ave. in Fort Collins.

The project was completed in July  2016.  

The building’s sustainable features include energy-efficient glazing, heat-reducing permeable pavers, variable refrigerant flow HVAC system, LED lighting throughout and a continuous insulation building envelope. There was a concerted effort to use regional and recycled materials surpassing 20 percent of the project’s total purchases and the use of low-emitting materials throughout the building’s interior.

The project was a collaboration of  CSURF Real Estate Group,  Brinkman Construction, VFLA, Northern Engineering, TBGroup, Adonai Professional Services Inc., AE Associates and Integrated Mechanical LLC.

FORT COLLINS —  A Class A office building developed and owned by the Colorado State University Research Foundation has achieved LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

The three-story, 35,161-square-foot building is at 2243 Centre Ave. in Fort Collins.

The project was completed in July  2016.  

The building’s sustainable features include energy-efficient glazing, heat-reducing permeable pavers, variable refrigerant flow HVAC system, LED lighting throughout and a continuous insulation building envelope. There was a concerted effort to use regional and recycled materials surpassing 20 percent of the project’s total purchases and the use of low-emitting materials throughout the building’s interior.

The project was a collaboration of  CSURF Real Estate Group,  Brinkman Construction, VFLA, Northern Engineering, TBGroup, Adonai Professional Services Inc., AE Associates and Integrated Mechanical LLC.