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Columbia College - Child Development Center

The Child Development Center is a "village" of five small residential-type buildings.
Most notable about this project is the seemless integration of indoor and outdoor
areas, carefully situated between existing oaks. Sustainability features include
natural daylighting in virtually every room, passive solar orientation , radiant
heated floors, natural ventilation and extraordinary care for excellent indoor air
quality. Project is in application for LEED GOLD.

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CDC - Outdoor Playscapes

We believe with great passion that children deserve beautiful and varied
outdoor spaces. These spaces are every bit as important as indoor environments,
and perhaps even more so, since almost every activity that takes place indoors can
also happen outdoors, as well as many others that can only happen outside.

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Suisun Library

This 10,000 square foot new Community and Elementary School Joint-use
project is adjacent to a community park in Suisun City is designed to revitalize
the surrounding neighborhood. As a joint-use facility, there are two separate
entrances to the Library, one from the Community and one from Suisun
Elementary School

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Kirsh Center for Environmental Studies

The Kirsch Center is the lead demonstration project for energy conservation
and sustainability for the California Community College System. It features high
quality natural daylighting in all key spaces, natural ventilation, radiant heating
and cooling, underfloor air conditioning, and a 30 kw solar photovoltaics system.
Van der Ryn Architects was Design Architect.

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UC Hopland Laboratory & Multi-purpose Facility

As the University of California's principal field research facility for agriculture
and natural resources in the north coast region, Hopland Research and
Extension Center
(HREC) aims to fulfill their role as a center for community and
research. After a preliminary programming and design phase by Sim Van der Ryn
and the EcoDesign Collaborative, PR&P was contacted to oversee the team and
further develop the building design and site. Working with a very tight budget,
the facility will house 2 laboratories, a central museum space and a large meeting
room.

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McIntyre Ranch Living Lab

McIntyre Ranch Living Lab is a "3x Zero Emmision" project.

 

 

 



 

 

Real Goods Solar Living Center

As a leading distributor of products for self-sufficiency and energy conservation,
Real Goods Trading Company wanted a showroom that embodied and reinforced
their business ethic. Sited on a 12-acre parcel in Hopland, California, the Solar Living
Center uses a wide array of energy efficient and climate responsive design features
combined with careful site planning, sustainable materials and systems and native
and edible landscaping.

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Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies

The Romberg Tiburon Center (RTC) is the only academic research facility
on San Francisco Bay. It is San Francisco State University's off-campus research
and education center. This ecologically-advanced master plan ties together
existing historic structures with new state-of-the-art facilities for the studies
in marine and estuary science.

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HSU Student Recreation Center

The recently completed HSU Student Recreation Center is a student funded project
to create a 37,000 square foot Recreation Facility for the campus. The project
includes extensive renovations to an existing 27,000 sf Field House and a new
10,000 sf Fitness Center addition.

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CCSF - John Adams College

The John Adams Campus project includes extensive modernization of this
historic building constructed in 1911. The building was originally built as the
"new" campus for Lowell High School. In addition to the 130,000 sf of
extensive modernization and seismic upgrading, the project scope
includes approximately 9,500 sf in a new three story extension to one of the
existing wings.

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SCU Leavey Center

The project was constructed on a fast track basis while the arena was continuously
open. With the strong coordination bewteen the University, Devcon, the
contractor and the design team led by Paul Roberts the project came in more
$1,000,000 under budget.

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Environmental Education Center

This design competition entry was done in collaboration with Kao Design Group,
for a Discovery Museum to be developed on a brown field island in the middle of
the Anacostia River, in Washington, DC.

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Life Expression Wellness Center

"A living structure that blends into the surrounding landscape". The most
stunning aspect of the center is the green roof. The wood frame structure
was constructed using engineered glulam beams. Recepient of the 2004 GRHC
North American Green Roofs of Excellence Award, this green roof aids in storm
water management, decreases heating and cooling costs, and contributes
to biodiveresity conservation.

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Mission Campus Center

This 40,000 square foot facility includes an "International Cafeteria", full kitchen
and servery, computer technology classrooms and center with 125 computers ,
campus bookstore, Student Government and Dean's Office facilities, conference
center, student activity rooms and the campus police station. Paul completed this
work while at BSA Architects.

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Santa Cruz Master Plan

Paul Roberts personally developed the programs and preliminary facility design
work for this $106 million dollar set of projects for UC Santa Cruz. Paul Roberts
began the project while at Ellerbe Becket. Most of the programming
was then completed and preliminary facilities design was done by Paul after
founding Paul Roberts & Partners. SOM working as Site Planner was the lead
consultant for the project.

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