BD+C's 'School of the Future' to debut at Greenbuild 2008

October 01, 2008 |

If you're heading to Boston in November for Greenbuild, make sure to stop by Building Design+ Construction's “High-Performance School of the Future, Today” demonstration project.

In what is a first for Greenbuild, BD+C is teaming with San Francisco-based modular building innovator Project FROG to design and build a 1,280-sf demonstration high-performance modular classroom outside the main entrance to the Boston Convention Center. Show attendees will be able to tour and interact with the classroom to learn about the latest design ideas, products, and technologies in high-performance learning environments.

Designed to meet LEED Silver standards, the classroom will feature Project FROG's distinctive sloped-roof design and will be loaded with sustainable products and technologies, including operable windows, advanced climate controls, non-VOC interiors, underfloor air distribution, and window walls and clerestories for abundant daylighting.

The demonstration school will be open during show hours from November 19-21. For more, visit: www.BDCnetwork.com.

 

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