What a privilege it is to be part of a community that imagines and builds projects like this
Fort Collins, Colo. (PRWEB)
June 20, 2017
Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP) joined together with City of Fort Collins officials, members of the community and members of the U.S. Green Building Council to celebrate achieving LEEDv4 Platinum for the Block 32 Utilities Administration Building in Old Town Fort Collins. The building is the first in the state of Colorado, the third in the US, and the fourth in the world to be certified as LEED Platinum for new construction under the new USGBC LEED v4 standards.
“What a privilege it is to be part of a community that imagines and builds projects like this,” City Manager Darin Atteberry told those gathered at the ceremony.
“Congratulations to our entire team. Thanks to our great City for demonstrating to our citizens and to the world how great buildings can help our health and our climate.” said Brian Dunbar, Executive Director of the Institute for the Built Environment. “The way these great buildings happen is through a great team effort. Not just a team effort but a great team effort,” he said.
Designed by RNL Design and built by AP, the Block 32 project in Old Town Fort Collins is designed to house the administrative functions of Fort Collins Utilities. It is the first phase of the City of Fort Collins’ plan to redevelop their municipal services complex and create a more welcoming civic center. This new 3‐story, 37,500‐sf municipal office building was designed to be one of the most energy efficient buildings in the state and…