Green Homes Commissioning, VA Illiana Healthcare System
American Structurepoint served as the LEED commissioning agent on three Green Homes being built on the Danville medical campus. These buildings are designed to house veterans recovering from post-war injuries. Each building is similar in layout, has similar building systems, and is 12,002 sft (including exterior improvements). The construction cost for all three buildings is approximately $10.1 million. Our team is responsible for maximizing the energy efficiency of the homes during the design process. During post construction, we are statistically evaluating the actual energy performance of homes against the design and owner's performance requirements. Final evaluation will occur 12 months post occupancy of the homes. The project is expected to obtain a LEED Silver certification. This project has 10 percent diversity involvement. Team members have included American Structurepoint, Ross & Baruzzini, and Guidon Design.
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