The GCEHC is a working study of resource management. It sets an example for intelligent use of current building technologies through selective locally harvested materials, natural
day-lighting and ventilation, efficient building systems (water-to-water heat exchanger using grey water from nearby wastewater treatment plant) and environmentally sensitive
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The GEHC walls are composed of large expanses of glass with operable panels and roof dormers to promote the natural flow of air through the building.
100% green roof to manage storm-water runoff rates and general building energy usage, 8-foot roof overhangs for shading, building sitting not to inhibit pre-construction site