LEED CS Adaptive Reuse | Gold
3641 Holdrege Avenue is the first LEED-CS certified project in the City of Los Angeles. The adaptive reuse of a 28,000 square foot warehouse into creative office space is ideally suited to the property’s major tenant, Herman Miller and their 18,000 SF Los Angeles showroom and offices. The project’s green building strategies include brownfield redevelopment; tenant design and construction guidelines; energy and water efficiency; the reuse of 65% of the pre-existing interior non-structural elements; recycling over 75% of the demolition and construction waste; over 20% recycled and regional content materials; low emitting materials; and daylight and views (the original north facing skylights were restored and additional skylights added). It earned an energy efficiency incentive payment from the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.
Developer | Urban Offerings
Architect | Lynch / Eisinger / Design
Contractor | Oltmans Construction
HVAC Engineer | Wittler Young Co.
Electrical Engineer | Mammoth Electric
Plumbing Engineer | Andersen Commercial Building
Energy Modeling | Brummitt Energy Associates
Commissioning Agent | Engineering Economics, Inc.
Lighting Designer | Lighting Design Alliance