Mature Oak Transplant - The Summit At Calabasas - LEED Consulting, ENRarchitects with Behr Browers Architects, Calabasas, CA


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The Summit At Calabasas - LEED Consulting, ENRarchitects with Behr Browers Architects, Calabasas, CA

Summit At Calabasas Sustainable LEED Consulting, Calabasas, CA


BEFORE PICTURE 2008 - Lost Hills Exit 101, Calabasas, CABefore Groundbreaking - 2008


Foundations, framing, oak transplants, Summit At Calabasas, Calabasas, CAFly Ash Concrete, FSC Framing, Oak Tree Transplants


Forest Stewardship Council Certified Lumber, Summit At Calabasas, Calabasas, CAForest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified Lumber


Reclaimed Irrigation Water, Bioswale & Drought-Tolerant Planting, Summit At Calabasas, Calabasas, CATransplanted Oaks & Drought-Tolerant Planting, Summit At Calabasas, Calabasas, CAReclaimed Irrigation Water, Bioswale, Transplanted Oaks & Drought-Tolerant Planting


Parking Curb Cuts, Bioswale, Summit At Calabasas, Calabasas, CAParking Curb Cuts to Bioswale


Electric Vehicle Designated Parking, Summit At Calabasas, Calabasas, CACarpool Vehicle Designated, Porus Paving Parking, Summit At Calabasas, Calabasas, CAElectric Vehicle & Carpool Porus Paving Parking


Daylight Harvesting Exterior, Calabasas, CADaylight Harvesting Interior, Calabasas, CADaylight Harvesting


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SUMMIT AT CALABASAS
LEED SUSTAINABLE CONSULTING


70ksf, 7.2 acre, new, sustainable, retail center, core & shell phase. Dollinger Lost Hills Associates, developer. Behr Browers Architects Inc., project architect.


ENRarchitects consulted as LEED Accredited Professional for the development of the high-end retail shopping center at the Lost Hills exit of Highway 101 in Calabasas, CA, which was the pilot project for the City of Calabasas, Green Development Standards (CGDS).

Services included: facilitation of sustainable considerations toward establishing target credits for CGDS, Silver Certification; formulation of Summit credit matrix of requirements and objectives; coordination of team member input; development of tenant improvement guidelines, perpetuating the Silver status in future improvements; and compiling certification documentation for City submittals. This is also one of the pilot projects for the City of Calabasas in amending their municipal code relating to development standards for new commercial development, which is modeled after the US Green Building Council, Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED), New Construction criteria.


Sustainable Benefits - Local & Regional - TheSummitAtCalabasas-ENRarchitects-CalabasasCA