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Wednesday, 28 June 2017 13:35

Public Tour of Fire Station 19

Join us Wednesday, June 28th at noon for a free public tour of award-winning Fire Station 19. Led by sustainable building expert Mike Leonard, the tour will provide an in-depth look at a facility that houses the city's first responders and is open 24/7. The tour features solar panels, EV charging stations, pervious pavers, automatic lighting and controls and much more! Reserve your spot by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. today!

 

Fire Station 19 Tour

June 28, noon-1pm

520 26th Ave N.
Nashville, TN 37209

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Friday June 16, 2017

Socket is getting dressed up in style to be honored at the Governor's Environmental Stewardship Awards Luncheon next month. Department of General Services applied to recognize its project, Fire Station 19. Fire Station 19 is the first LEED Platinum fire station is the entire southeast region. With more than 89 applications coming in across nine different categories, Fire Station 19 won the "Building Green" category. The Fire Station 19 project team and guests will attend a private awards luncheon at the Ellington Agricultural Center on June 16 to recognize their achievements.

Read more about all nine of the Governor's Environmental Stewardship Award winners here: http://www.tn.gov/news/50589 

About Fire Station 19

LEED® Platinum 2016

LEED® Scorecard

 

Building Features:

 

  • Platinum level certification is the highest such designation awarded to any fire station in the Southeast and the highest level in the category of New Construction for Nashville Metro Government.

  • Earned LEED® Innovation Points for Exemplary Performance for On-Site Renewable Energy and use of Regional Materials

  • 33% indoor potable water use reduction

  • 43.92% energy cost savings (as compared to a baseline building)

  • 33kW photovoltaic system with a bi-directional meter that first powers then station then feeds back into electric meter for energy credits

  • 15.51% on-site renewable energy generated by solar panels (total energy costs of building offset)

  • 63% construction waste diverted from landfill

  • 16% recycled content in building materials (by cost)

  • 31.85% regional materials used (by cost, regionally manufactured and raw materials extracted)

  • Use of low-emitting materials for all adhesives, paints, carpet systems and composite wood materials
 
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