Representatives from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Challenge visited Cleveland Clinic in March to tour its showcase project — the Tomsich Pathology Laboratories building — to see how Cleveland Clinic is progressing on its commitment to reduce energy use by 20% in all of its properties by 2020.
The atrium of the building on the Clinic’s main campus exemplifies openness. The state-of-the-art laboratories convey the same “open office” atmosphere and include natural light as well as ultra-efficient LED lighting.
The Cleveland visit helped Better Buildings Challenge’s effort to understand the building’s high-efficiency lighting, heating and cooling. Click here to see how much Cleveland Clinic has reduced energy since 2010.
The news was also featured in a story in The Plain Dealer by John Funk: “Saving money on energy, 20 percent by 2020, means having more for everything else.”
Perspectus Architecture was proud to serve as Architect of Record for the building, partnering with Karpinski Engineering for MEP / IT / Security / Fire Safety. The building has achieved LEED Gold Certfication by the U.S. Green Building Council.