Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales Branch Library

Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales Branch Library

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Fundamental Commissioning (Cx)
Enhanced Commissioning (Cx)

Snapshot

City – Denver, Colorado
Project Size – 26,073 SF
LEED Silver
$5 Million

Overview

The library is named after Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales. Gonzales is a Denver, Colorado native, poet, and nationally recognized leader in the civil rights movement who advocated for the education, economic and political equality of the Latino Community in Denver. He established the cultural movement “The Crusade for Justice” in 1966. The Gonzales Branch Library construction is a project of Denver’s $550 million Better Denver Bond Program.

Results

The branch uses sustainable designs including day-lighting, reflective roofing, underfloor air distribution, energy efficient cooling systems, indoor and outdoor water-reducing strategies and equipment, and automated lighting and temperature controls. Also applied were local building materials, materials with recycled content. The projects features an underfloor air distribution system feed by rooftop units and BMS system is an Andover platform installed by Westover Controls that has been optimized.

1325 East 16th Ave
Denver, CO 80218
(303) 861-2070

 

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