Wednesday, September 9, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
This year’s LEED Building Tour will feature Cannon Design’s Saint Louis offices in the historic Power House building. An original part of the Municipal Service Building complex, the 1928 Power House provided coal-fired steam heat to a dozen downtown buildings until the 1980s. After standing vacant for nearly 30 years, Cannon Design purchased the building and renovated it into their newly certified LEED Gold offices.
The building boasts numerous green features, including:
- Brownfield redevelopment of an historic building
- 40% Regional Materials
- 92% Construction Waste recycled
- Rainwater Harvesting
- 28% Energy Savings over ASHRAE standards
- 30% Recycled Content
. . . All while meeting historic preservation criteria!
Where: 1100 Clark Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63102
Corner of 11th and Clark, with entrance on Clark Ave side.
Parking: There is no on-site parking, but garages and lots are adjacent. Biking and using the MetroLink are encouraged (Located between Civic Center and Stadium Metrolink stops).
Fee: Free to USGBC-STL members and students; $20.00 for Non-members
RSVP: Go to Eventbrite
Thanks to our Program Sponsors!
R.G. Ross Construction