San Antonio animal hospital earns LEED Platinum certification

Middleman Construction Company builds the cityʼs first commercial building to earn certification.

Energy savings at the Eagle Veterinary Hospital are close to 50% compared with a
Energy savings at the Eagle Veterinary Hospital are close to 50% compared with a conventional building.
April 04, 2012

Middleman Construction Company has built the San Antonioʼs first commercial building to earn the highest recognition for energy efficiency and sustainability – LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The project is the Eagle Veterinary Hospital in Olmos Park, Texas.

Through various measures, the energy savings at the building are close to 50% compared with a conventional building. Features include tubular daylight systems for lighting; solar panels generating more than 30% of the electricity for the building; three 3,100-gallon cisterns to collect rain and condensate water for non-potable use inside and outside the building; a majority of the building components were manufactured from recycled materials. BD+C

         
 

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