900-Acre Site in Uvalde, TX
Clean Energy for Nearly 40,000 Homes
Clean Energy for Approximately 13,500 Homes
Increase the Army's use of renewable energy to 25% by 2025
Generation of renewable energy for approximately 1,650 households
Project to generate renewable energy for over 1,300 households
Mortenson's first carport project
Project received First Time Quality award
Continues U of M's legacy of discovery
Projects provide renewable energy for upwards of 2,800 homes
Powers approximately 600 homes.
Provides enough renewable energy to power a third of the facility’s electrical power during daylight hours.
Produces 50% of the Land Owner's Electrical Services
Minnesota's Largest Solar Array in 2009
The team recycled over 75% of the construction waste produced by this project, this equates to diverting over 150 tons of materials from landfills.
- Healthy and comfortable interior environment - Low VOC materials were used extensively and daylight and views were provided to over 90% of all occupied areas.
- The roofing membrane is reflective, thus reducing the heat absorption in the building
- A large percentage of recycled, post-consumer and post-industrial materials were used to build this project, which help reduce the use of non-renewable resources.
- The project procured regional building materials, reducing the amount of energy required to transport materials to the site, while infusing the local economy.
- High efficiency mechanical systems - The building’s air handling unit included an energy recovery wheel as a means to greatly reduce the facility’s energy usage and carbon footprint.
- The library’s location is ideal for utilization of many mass transit options for employees and patrons.
A state-of-the-art learning environment
*Projects are displayed from our most recent experience and do not represent our entire body of work across 60 years of business.