Dunedin Community Center - LEED Certified

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Dunedin Community Center - LEED Certified

Dunedin Community Center - LEED Certified

Client: Collman & Karsky Architects/City of Dunedin
Location: Dunedin, FL
Size: 43,000 sf Community Center Building on 7.9 acres
Service: Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Bruce T. Kaschyk, AICP
 

Genesis provided boundary, topographic survey, conceptual, design, permitting and construction services for the new Dunedin Community Center located on the city's 55 acre Highlander Park tract in Dunedin, Florida.  The building was designed and constructed to meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards for a "green" building.  This ensured the use of sustainable design practices that included measures for the building to be environmentally-friendly.

Genesis designed the site-related portion of the project including landscape and irrigation design, (using predominately native and drought tolerant plants), and civil engineering services to meet these LEED requirements and provided certifications accordingly.

The center was recently awarded a SILVER rating from the USGBC, earning 35 out of 36 points submitted.

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Dunedin Community Center - LEED Certified


Dunedin, FL

Client:

Collman & Karsky Architects/City of Dunedin

Location:

Dunedin, FL

Size:

43,000 sf Community Center Building on 7.9 acres

Service

Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:

Active Recreation Design
Bidding Phase Services
Conceptual Design
Construction Administration
Engineering
Engineering Design and Permitting
Landscape Architecture
LEED
Regulatory Permitting
Site Entry Planning
Surveying

Contact Staff:

Bruce T. Kaschyk, AICP

Dunedin Community Center - LEED Certified

Genesis provided boundary, topographic survey, conceptual, design, permitting and construction services for the new Dunedin Community Center located on the city's 55 acre Highlander Park tract in Dunedin, Florida.  The building was designed and constructed to meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards for a "green" building.  This ensured the use of sustainable design practices that included measures for the building to be environmentally-friendly.

Genesis designed the site-related portion of the project including landscape and irrigation design, (using predominately native and drought tolerant plants), and civil engineering services to meet these LEED requirements and provided certifications accordingly.

The center was recently awarded a SILVER rating from the USGBC, earning 35 out of 36 points submitted.