Davis, Renita
June 2010
Environmental Design & Construction;Jun2010, Vol. 13 Issue 6, pS28
Trade Publication
The article features the design construction of the Independence Station in Independence, Oregon. It states that the 57,000-square-foot building under the development of Steven Ribeiro of Aldeia LLC will consist of real and virtual offices and restaurant and will operate on 100% renewable energy from the sun and waste vegetable oil. It also discusses the importance of the flooring composition of the building in achieving energy efficiency wherein each floor are enclosed with PEX tubing loops.


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