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Austin, Texas
+ Architecture/Engineering Design
+ General Construction
+ Sustainable Design

A non-profit affordable housing developer desired a new learning center that would be durable, healthy, and inexpensive to operate and maintain.
John Rickard (now Olicon’s lead architect) designed a building with numerous sustainability features using healthy building (low VOC and formaldehyde-free products), recycling (fly ash, carpet and gypsum board), and energy saving (solar shading, energy recovery ventilator, insulation and solar photovoltaic panels) techniques.  Olicon constructed the facility in strict compliance with specified product and construction techniques, including submittal of manifests confirming construction waste recycling and separation of recycled materials such as framing, concrete and gypsum board.

Similar projects:  Spring Terrace, Austin; Garden Terrace, Austin