Category: Eye on Pittsburgh
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Carnegie Science Center’s PPG Science Pavilion, Pittsburgh. Credit: Dave Heath
CARNEGIE SCIENCE CENTER’S NEW PPG SCIENCE PAVILION™ AWARDED LEED GOLD CERTIFICATION
Carnegie Science Center announced that the new PPG SCIENCE PAVILION™ has achieved LEED® Gold Certification, a prestigious honor for the stunning addition to the North Shore science and technology museum.
Indovina Associates Architects, LaQuatra Bonci Associates, Turner Construction Company, and Oxford Development Company executed the design and construction of the expansion, building the structure to LEED’s environment-focused specifications. The building is coated with low- and no-volatile organic compound* PPG products, including PPG PAINTS™ SPEEDHIDE® interior paint, MEGASEAL™ epoxy by PPG, and more.
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