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Category: Sustainable Design

GLMV is a LEED Proven Provider!

06.25.15 | Sarah Kerby | GLMV News, Sustainable Design

GLMV Architecture Named LEED® Proven Provider™ by Green Building Certification Institute; Status Acknowledges GLMV’s Role as High-quality LEED Project Administrator We are excited to announce that the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) has designated GLMV Architecture  a LEED® Proven Provider™ for the BD+C rating system family. This designation was developed to streamline the LEED project review...

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Category: Sustainable Design

Energy-efficient industrial designs: Kiowa County maintenance facility

05.26.15 | Sarah Kerby | Industrial, Sustainable Design

As we remember the anniversary of the devastating F5 tornado that threatened to make the entire town of Greensburg, Kansas a memory, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who hasn’t heard of the resiliency of its citizens, and the monumental effort to rebuild the rural city—but most people haven’t given much thought to the maintenance...

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Category: Sustainable Design

Let there be light (in the Jungle Building)

05.17.15 | Sarah Kerby | Sustainable Design, Zoos + Aquariums

When Sedgwick County Zoo noticed a decline in the breeding habits of its jungle birds, it didn’t take long to determine that low levels of UV light were the likely culprit. GLMV was enlisted to renovate the existing jungle building, one of the Zoo’s most popular features, in a way that brought the sunlight indoors....

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Category: Sustainable Design

Energy-efficient industrial designs: City of Wichita transit van maintenance facility

02.26.15 | Sarah Kerby | Industrial, Sustainable Design

In 2009, the City of Wichita hired GLMV Architecture, Inc. to design their first LEED certified building – a 23,000-square-foot, $4.2 million Transit Van Maintenance Facility. The facility was designed to store up to 28 paratransit vans and other department support vehicles, and includes four maintenance bays, an automated wash bay, a parts/storage area, a...

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