Designing a facility to pursue LEED-Platinum certification and Net Zero Energy
Denver Water is Colorado’s oldest and largest water utility, but it is also the most innovative and conscientious. The public agency is a champion for important conservation efforts and a pioneer in large-scale recycled water treatment. Inwardly-responsible as well, Denver Water takes great pride in offering its employees a superior, happy, and healthy work environment.
When it came time to modernize their 36-acre operations complex, Denver Water hired our team as the master campus architect to help them push the boundaries of what is possible on a contemporary campus. The basis? A brand new 190,000-square-foot innovative administration building, as well as a large operations site linking seven other completely-new facilities.
Denver Water’s mission is to set some of the most progressive, sustainable goals of any public water utility, and we would help them make that happen. The new campus will feature the newly-titled ‘One Water’ initiative which capitalizes on Denver Water’s unique expertise to showcase a number of cutting edge strategies to capture and reuse both site and building water.
Aiming for a 2019 completion date, Denver Water’s new operations complex will include options to pursue LEED-Platinum certification and net zero energy.
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