To kick-off Earth Month, we are highlighting our Pitzer College Robert Redford Conservancy for Southern California Sustainability project, which is certified Net Zero Energy and LEED Platinum. Located on 12-acres across the main campus, the former infirmary building has been renovated and repurposed as an environmentally sustainable academic facility containing science classrooms, offices, laboratories, meeting rooms, and an art studio.
We are so proud to have this project featured in the book “Designing for Zero Carbon: Case Studies of All-Electric Buildings” written by Edward Thomas Dean, FAIA and published by Southern California Edison (SCE). It contains “case studies of five different buildings that are all-electric, highly energy-efficient, and will achieve zero-carbon in their operation when the electric utility grid is 100% carbon-free.”
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Photo credit: Costea Photography