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Alameda Juvenile Detention Center -San Leandro CA

NBA Engineering was on the MVE - Rosser team that prepared the AIA award winning bridging documents.  NBA completed the design criteria for HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, electrical power and lighting systems.  This new 379,000 sq. ft., 360—bed juvenile detention facility houses nine agencies that provide integrated services.  This facility also has a juvenile court building consisting of five courtrooms and 24,000 feet of space for administrative and other ancillary functions.  The Juvenile Justice Center is the first U.S. Green Building Council LEED® Gold rated facility of its kind. Green features include:
•Energy efficiency—A design that maximizes natural light and energy
•Renewable Energy—An 850 kW rooftop solar panel that provides over 60% of the building's energy demands
•Water-wise landscaping that reduces site water consumption by more than 50% and saves over 5 million gallons of water annually
•Waterless urinals and water-efficient plumbing fixtures that reduce water consumption by about 40% and save more than 2 million gallons of water annually
•A full green cleaning program including green cleaners, microfiber cloths and mops, and entryway matting
•Recycling of 93% of construction waste
•Easily accessible recycling for building occupants and visitors
•Environmentally preferable carpet, paint, and furniture

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