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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