- Jacksonville, FL, USA
- Public Safety & Judicial, Historic Preservation
- Energy Services, Commissioning
- Project Size
60,000 square feet
Certified LEED v2.2 NC Gold, 2010
City of Jacksonville and the Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission, Historic Preservation Award, 2009
A century-old furniture store that stood vacant for nearly 30 years was transformed into the modern, sustainable City of Jacksonville Jake M. Godbold City Hall Annex. The office building was the first building to achieve LEED Gold certification in downtown Jacksonville. The City of Jacksonville leases space in the building.
TLC provided LEED administration and enhanced commissioning services. The building is designed to be 9% more energy efficient and use 43% less water than traditional buildings. Other sustainable design features include 96% of the existing wall, floor and roof elements were reused and HVAC systems and building envelope were designed to meet the requirements of ASHRAE 55-2004.