Calif. school designed with the future in mind

12/19/2012 | North Bay Business Journal (Santa Rosa, Calif.)

Roseland Creek Elementary School in Santa Rosa, Calif., was designed to exceed the state's energy performance requirements and built to serve the city's growing population. The three-building campus, which made use of precast concrete, "integrates natural light, high efficiency lighting and advanced HVAC systems" resulting in energy savings 28% higher than California's Title 24 energy saving standards, according to Ian Grossman, the project architect from TLCD Architecture.

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North Bay Business Journal (Santa Rosa, Calif.)

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