Central Plant at UC San Diego Medical Center Achieves LEED Gold

The United States Green Building Council has certified the new central plant at UC San Diego Jacobs Medical Center as a LEED Gold building, the first stand-alone medical center energy plant to achieve this distinction. The 40,000-square-foot plant, built by Kitchell and designed by CannonDesign and consulting firm exp, with environmental services provided by Ecotype Consulting, will ultimately support 900,000 square feet of hospital space with the capacity to serve 1 million square feet of future expansion.

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