Reduced usage of fossil fuels Sustainable, regional, renewable and low-VOC materials Water-efficient fixtures and appliances Glazing to reduce glare and heat gain Eco-roof for stormwater management and to reduce the heat island effect
An   example   of   outstanding   architecture   and   public art,   The   Casey   stands   16   stories   tall   and   covers   just one-quarter   block   in   area,   creating   an   elegant,   thin profile.    The    building    exterior    has    four    different facades   and   a   uniquely   textured   Bullseye   Gallery   art glass   spire   extending   from   the   second   floor   to   above the green eco-roof. The   Casey   was   the   first   building   in   the   country   to   be certified    as    LEED    Platinum    status.    The    building incorporates   a   comprehensive   array   of   sustainable design      principles.      These      features      significantly reduce   the   building’s   environmental   impact   and   are expected    to    achieve    a    52%    energy    savings    over    a code-compliant building.
Efficient mechanical equipment Solar photovoltaic system to provide renewable energy to the building Energy recovery ventilators in each unit that recover exhausted (waste) heat and use it to preheat incoming fresh air
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