The new PACCAR Center for Applied Science is the first building on the Gonzaga campus to receive LEED Gold Certification.
A vital part of the building’s mission is to honor Green Building Practices. The building was designed as a demonstration site for engineering principles that promote energy conservation and sustainability in design and construction practices. Strategies include management of natural daylight and solar gain along with employing systems that make efficient use of resources and the integration of renewable, recyclable materials.
The 28,625 square foot Paccar Center was designed to provide additional classrooms, offices and computer labs, addressing growth and expansion within engineering programs and an overall campus population expansion.
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