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Virginia’s Discovery Elementary School – Arlington, Virginia

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Building:  Virginia’s Discovery Elementary School
Location:  Arlington, VA
Address:  5241 36th St. N Arlington, VA 22207
Architect of Record:  VMDO Architects
Landscape Architect:  Oculus
Structural Engineer:  Fox + Associates
Plumbing Engineer:  2rw Consultants
Construction Manager:  Heery
Size: 98,000 square feet
Completed:  2015

AEInterest: Net zero building, Largest net zero school in the United States, 100% LED lighting, Uses occupancy and automatic lighting controls, 1700 solar panels on the school’s roof functioning as power source and lab, Geothermal well-field under the playing fields, 2017 AIA COTE Top Ten, Two 132-gallon rain barrels that collect rainwater and used to water the school’s garden, Bioretention basins to clean and release water from the site, Cut annual energy costs almost in half compared to a school of the same size

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Written by jacksard77

November 29, 2017 at 1:03 pm

Posted in Built

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