Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Budget / Size:
Page Core & Shell - $15M / 64,424 SF
Landis+Gyr/Cellnet - $2M / 24,238 SF
Midwest Testing - $8M / 62,747 SF
Page Core & Shell - LEED-CSv2.0 Gold
Landis+Gyr/Cellnet - LEED-CIv2.0 Gold
Midwest Testing - LEED-NCv2.2 Silver
Services: As LEED consultant to the development firm, Vertegy coordinated and managed all LEED-related activities from the conceptual phase through project realization for all three projects on site. Specific services included LEED design/construction integration, teaming charrettes, energy modeling and commissioning coordination, documentation, coordination and submission of LEED certification packages and LEED certification process management with USGBC.
Schedule Start: November 2006
Schedule Completion: March 2009
Client Contact: Michael Treanor, Treanor Architects, P.A., 785.842.4858
Vertegy Contact: Grant Lanham, Principal, 314.399.9991
PAGE BUSINESS CENTER CORE & SHELL
The first phase of the development, the Page Business Center Core & Shell, was designed to be a companion site to the LEED Platinum Alberici Headquarters located next door. Originally constructed in the 1950’s, the building required extensive renovation for its future intended use as speculative office space. The building demonstrates superior indoor environmental quality through a careful materials selection process and the expansive use of natural daylighting.
The first tenant of the Page Business Center, Landis+Gyr/Cellnet, chose the green Core & Shell space in part due to its corporate-wide commitment to social and environmental responsibility. The interior fit out includes recycled and regional materials, as well as low-emitting adhesives, sealants, paints, coatings and carpet.
Midwest Testing is a geotechnical, environmental and materials engineering firm with a specialty in soils and concrete testing. The company’s new facility incorporates many sustainable strategies and innovations, resulting in reduced operating costs, as well as environmental benefits. Advanced MEP systems and high-efficiency lighting reduce operating costs and energy consumption; rapidly renewable, recycled and regional products were used extensively in the construction and finish materials; stormwater management and heat islands were effectively addressed on the site; and a closed loop mist room design provides a savings of 2.5 million gallons of potable water each year.