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Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

The building uses rainwater collection and recycled water supplies to minimize potable water use for toilets and fluid coolers. The project was designed according to LEED® Platinum guidelines and is net zero carbon in operation.

Bullet 18K SF
Bullet $20M construction cost
Bullet LEED Platinum
Bullet Net zero carbon
 
 

The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that helps disadvantaged people around the world. One of the goals for their new office campus was to reflect those goals in their building design and provide an office building that demonstrates world best practice in sustainable design.

The project integrates a very innovative passive ventilation strategy that provides cooling, heating and ventilation without the use of fans. This is achieved through the use of passive downdraft towers which have been integrated into the structural system. This system uses concrete C-channels as perimeter columns that also double as passive ventilation shafts.