UAF Bristol Bay Campus Green Building Tour
Fri, March 11, 5:15 pm – 7:00pm
Tour participants meet at 5:15 pm in the entry hall of UAF BBC’s main building.
This tour showcases examples of new construction and retrofits achieving energy-efficient, healthy, environment-friendly, and durable buildings. It includes the following structures:
…1) UAF BBC’s Applied Sciences Center, which is the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) facility within the University of Alaska system and also the first LEED project in the Bristol Bay Region.
…2) UAF BBC’s main building, which features a solar photovoltaic system, efficient lighting, controls, insulation, and other energy features.
…3) UAF BBC’s Passive Office, which is an extremely energy efficient experimental structure built largely by students.
…4) Marsik/Donaldson house, which is officially the most airtight residential building in the world, as recognized by the World Record Academy.
New LEED Building Certificate Info
More information about the LEED certified Applied Sciences Center is here:
For more information about the sustainable energy program at the UAF Bristol Bay Campus:
For more information Contact Tom Marsik at UAF BBC email@example.com
Tightest Residential Building
Video March 11, 2013 Certified World Record Academy confirmed Tightest Residential Building
View at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aQ9XtKW6Ck
for More information about this house visit:
Dillingham in the News
Connect with Local Solar Leaders, by Gina R Johnson, Solar Tour Today October 5, 2013 page 36