Students design net-zero, LEED Platinum field house

June 29, 2011

Students at The Putney School helped design a 16,800-sf field house, which is solar powered to achieve net-zero status and certified as LEED Platinum. Producing 51,371 kWh a year, the building consumes only 48,374 kWh of electricity. Other energy-efficient technologies include low-water fixtures, composting toilets, white reflective roof, fiberglass windows and a skylight. 

For more on the Putney School fieldhouse and net-zero energy buildings, consult BD+C’s White Paper, “Zero and Net-Zero Energy Buildings + Homes” at: www.BDCnetwork.com/whitepapers.

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