15 Jan '14, 6pm
Get the inside scoop on the @Bridgestone Technical Center in this article in @gbd_mag:
November/December 2013 After energy modeling, Bridgestone and the design team chose to use extensive windows in the front of the building but avoided using them on the south façade. Bridgestone Technical Center The inside scoop on the energy-saving, air-purifying, material-conserving technology from Erlab that helped this Ohio research facility reach LEED Gold By Michelle Markelz When Bridgestone, the world’s largest tire and rubber company, decided to build a new technical center in Akron, Ohio, with the objective of improving worker experience and contributing to environmental stewardship, the rubber met the road in green design. Working with SoL Harris/Day Architecture, Bridgestone stretched itself to submit for LEED Gold certification. Debuting revolutionary GreenFumeHood technology from Erlab and with $890,000 worth of energy savings engineered into the design, the Br...