Public works projects often come with their own specific mandates. We’re here to smoothly navigate them and get you on the path to solar success.
Berkeley West Library Tilt Mount Roof System
Berkeley citizens voted in a public bond measure for the construction of Berkeley Public Library’s West Branch. To win over Berkeley voters, the library had to reflect the community’s sustainability values. To do so, it was be designed to meet demanding environmental standards, including large windows and long, operable skylights to limit the need for artificial light.Read More
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City of West Hollywood Automated Garage and Community Plaza Rooftop System
A modern and innovative solution to a chronic parking shortage in West Hollywood, the the Automated Garage and Community Center project had to meet the strict environmental environmental standards of the California Environmental Quality Act. Being automated, the garage makes highly efficient use of space, stacking cars and moving them around the structure mechanically.Read More
North County Transit District Sprinter Station Ground Mount System
San Diego's North County Transit District put out a request for tenders on a ground mounted solar system robust enough to meet the environmental demands of a SPRINTER rail station. This was part of a feasibility study into utilizing railway right-of-way land for solar power generation.Read More