August 10, 2016
Morris Autobody School and Welding Shop Addition Achieves LEED©️ Silver
The Morris Autobody School and Welding Shop Addition, designed by Republic Architecture Inc., has been recently certified to the Silver level of the LEED©️ green building program, thanks to a conscious effort in implementing sustainable building technologies and design strategies.
This building was designed to include many sustainable features, including a Solarwall that contributes to the heating and ventilation of the facility, which furthermore contributes to long-term energy consumption and the reduction of operation costs. Overall, the team from Republic Architecture developed solutions to improve and enhance indoor air quality, natural daylighting, energy and water efficiency; and used recycled, local and durable materials as much as possible within the space. For more information on the Morris Autobody School and Welding Shop Addition and its key sustainability features, view its project page here.
The LEED® green building program is the pre-eminent program for the design, construction, maintenance and operation of high-performance green buildings. Learn more at cagbc.org/LEED. CaGBC and the related logo are licensed trademarks of the Canada Green Building Council and are used here with permission.