Mulvaney Medical Office Building
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The Mulvaney Medical Office Building is a Leadership in Energy and
Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Designed building.
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The Mulvaney Medical Office Building achieved LEED Gold certification for energy use, lighting, water and material use as well as incorporating a variety of other sustainable strategies. By using less energy and water, LEED certified buildings save money for tenants and other taxpayers, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and contribute to a healthier environment for building occupants and the larger community.

"The Mulvaney Medical Office Building’s LEED Gold certification demonstrates tremendous green building leadership", said Rick Fedrizzi, President, CEO & Founding Chair, U.S. Green Building Council.

LEED certification of the Mulvaney Medical Office Building was based on a number of green design and construction features that positively impact the project itself, lower the operating costs for the tenants and benefit the broader community. These features include:

Green Features
  • Open Air Healing Garden on 2nd Floor Accessible to All Building Occupants
  • High Performance Window Glazing
  • Exterior Shading Devices
  • High Efficiency Water Source Heat Pump & Chillers
  • Heat Recovery Units & Heat Exchangers
  • Local & Low Emitting Materials
  • Recycled Content Building Materials
  • Daylighting/Lighting Control System
  • Low Flow Water Fixtures
  • Native & Drought Tolerant Landscaping
  • Recycling Program
Green Benefits
  • Lower Operating Costs
  • Healthier Employee & Patient Environment
  • Improved Indoor Air Quality
  • Increased Occupant Comfort
  • Lower Employee Absenteeism
  • Increased Employee Satisfaction
  • Connection to the Outdoors
  • Reduced Energy Usage
  • Reduced Water Usage
  • Decreased Environmental Impact
  • Reduced Carbon Footprint/Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  • Reduced Solid Waste Output
  • Conservation of Natural Resources
• Construction Activity Pollution Prevention • Fundamental and Enhanced Commissioning
• Community Connectivity and Alternative Transportation Availability • Indoor Air Quality Management Plan During Construction
• Protection and Restoration of Habitat • Storage and Collection of Recyclables
• Stormwater Design Quality Control • 83.6% of Construction Waste was Recycled
• Measurement and Verification of System Performance • 63.3% of Building Material Content is Recycled Material
• Indoor Chemical and Pollutant Source Control • 42.3% of Building Material is Regional Material
• Water Efficient Landscaping • 63.9% of the Wood used is FSC Certified
• Reduction of Heat Island Effect • Water and Energy Use Reduction
• Green Power • Increased Ventilation
• CO2 Monitoring System • Light Pollution Reduction
• Low-Emitting Materials (Low Volatile Organic Compounds) in Adhesives and Sealants, Paints and Coatings, Carpet Systems, Composite Wood and Agrifiber Products
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