SC Engineers' design of the Miramar College Police Substation and Parking Garage was awarded an ASHRAE Technology Award in 2016. This seminar reviews the latest Building Codes and Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) requirements for the remodel of hospitals and healthcare facilities. The ASHRAE Technology Awards program recognizes outstanding achievement in the design and operation of energy efficient buildings. The project was featured in the October 2016 issue of the ASHRAE Journal.
Christopher Manis, LEED AP BD+C, Vice Chancellor, Facilities Management, San Diego County Community College District had the following to say regarding our performance: "The Miramar College Police Substation and Parking Structure is a shining example of the San Diego Community College District's commitment to sustainable design and construction. As the first LEED Platinum Certified Community College District project in San Diego County, the facility serves as a benchmark for the educational community. Since its occupancy in 2011, the facility has performed exceptionally well, meeting and exceeding the energy goals set forth in the design process. SC Engineers' guidance throughout the design and construction process enabled our staff to make informed decisions on critical energy efficiency issues. The solutions provided by the SC Team for this project have resulted in improved efficiency, cost savings and reliability."CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE
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