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This project was a in-house design by USACE Seattle District and achieved over a 91% daylighting for their innovative design of a Battalion Headquarters. This project was the first and only waiver given by a Center of Standardization for increased energy performance. Team Members included Kyle Shaw, Nathan Gregory, Jennifer Ramirez, Lindsey Matetich, David Chapman, Kevin Waring, Gerd Padilla, David Wong, Allen Heninger, Cynthia Masten, and Rod Perry.
Battalion Headquarters at Joint Base Lewis-McChord
8/28/2015 4:43:00 PM
The Bassett Army Community Hospital is a testament to ingenuity by incorporating energy efficiency, and seismic and thermal requirements in a state-of-the-art medical facility. The building envelope was designed to control temperature migration to the building interior with outdoor temperatures ranging from 90 degrees to minus 60 degrees. The building fenestrations were designed with an airtight seal utilizing 4-inch deep insulated glazing units with thermal breaks to bring natural light into the building. Use of natural light in a healthcare facility has tremendous benefits, such as improved patient recovery times and improvements to general health and circadian rhythm.
Bassett Army Hospital at Fort Wainwright, Alaska
8/28/2015 4:43:00 PM
The project was designed in-house by Seattle District and was accepted by Savannah District as one of the floor plan standards. It happened to be the first time Ecotect was used on a Corps project for daylighting analysis. This photo is of the Readiness bays. The original standard suggested using windows on the sidewall, after conducting the analysis it proved to be more efficient for prefabricated semi-transparent skylights and sidewall kalwall windows instead. This project excelled in creating cost effective solutions while still achieving LEED GOLD rating. The Project Team included Kyle Shaw, Renn Breshears, Jennifer Ramirez, Kelli Polzin, Tyler Bush, Glen Chihara, Dennis Brandt, Anton Klein, Sean Irby, and Rod Perry, and David Wong.
Company Operations Facility Readiness Bay showcasing prefabricated translucent fiberlass panels
8/28/2015 4:42:00 PM
Use of clerestorys in the gymnasium help to promote natural daylight into the space making it more energy efficient by reducing the amount of artificial lighting necessary and also providing psychological benefits to the students resulting in improved performance and less absenteeism.
Daylighting incorporated at youth center gymnasium in Camp Zama, Japan
8/28/2015 4:36:00 PM
Federal Center South Building 1202 was a design-build project. The architect for the project incorporated the concept of biophilia into the design of the building which resulted in effective use of daylighting and interior floor plan layouts such that the outdoors could be viewed from virtually any place within the building. This promotes higher employee productivity and work place satisfaction.
Daylighting technology implemented at the USACE Seattle District Building
8/28/2015 4:24:00 PM
Jermaine March, Antiterrorism Officer, Philadelphia District (right), receives AT Honor Roll Award from MG Mark Inch, Provost Marshal General (left) at the 2015 Annual Army Worldwide Antiterrorism Conference.
Jermaine March receives AT Honor Roll Award.
2/23/2015 10:37:00 AM
Jeffrey Mahaffey, All Hazards and Contingency Operations Program Manager, Fort Worth District (right), receives AT Honor Roll Award from MG Mark Inch, Provost Marshal General (left) at the 2015 Annual Army Worldwide Antiterrorism Conference.
Jeffrey Mahaffey receives AT Honor Roll Award.
2/23/2015 10:34:00 AM
Jamie Grunner, (former) Resource Manager, Operational Protection Division, HQUSACE (right), receives AT Honor Roll Award from MG Mark Inch, Provost Marshal General (left) at the 2015 Annual Army Worldwide Antiterrorism Conference.
Jamie Grunner receives AT Honor Roll Award.
2/23/2015 10:32:00 AM
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