ENR Picks Net-Zero Energy Office as Project of the Year
“A beautifully done project that pushed existing technology.”
That’s how one of the Engineering News-Record (ENR) judges described ENR’s Northern California Project of the Year and Best Green Project: DPR’s net-zero energy designed office in San Francisco.
There were 140 total entries for ENR California’s Best Project Award. Judges evaluated projects on five distinct criteria:
- Overcoming challenges and teamwork
- Innovation & contribution to the industry/community
- Construction quality & craftsmanship
- Function & aesthetic quality of design
Along with DPR as the builder, the design and consulting team included FME Architecture + Design, Integral Group, Paradigm Structural Engineers, Inc., Decker Electric, Anderson, Row & Buckley, Inc. and 58 other essential partners.
In five months, the team researched, designed, permitted and built the highly-efficient, 24,000-sq.-ft. modern workplace with a number of sustainability features, including the LEED Dynamic Plaque. DPR’s office and the U.S. Green Building Council’s headquarters in Washington, DC, are the first two to use the LEED Dynamic Plaque, which is a building performance monitoring and scoring platform.
Watch the videos below, which explain DPR's net-zero energy designed office and its LEED Dynamic Plaque.
Posted on December 16, 2014
Last Updated August 23, 2022