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San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center
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San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center

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Designed by CATALYST ARCHITECTURE principal Matt Ackerman, LEED-AP AIA, the 17,000 sq.ft. Administrative Headquarters and Visitor Center Complex for the San Luis National Wildlife Refuge is located approximately 100 miles southeast of San Jose, CA. This state-of-the-art facility features a 55Kw roof-mounted photovoltaic array, SIPs (structural insulated panels), a weathered steel skin, timberframed lobby, and operable clerestory windows for natural daylight and ventilation. The Design Team is currently preparing documentation for a LEED-Platinum certification through the USGBC. The building is expected to be a Less-Than-Zero building, meaning that the facility will contribute more energy than it consumes.

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