Eagle Veterinary Clinic

FILTER PROJECTS:: Office, LEED, Healthcare

Leed Platinum

Project Overview

This project is registered with the U.S. Green Building Council under LEED for New Construction rating system and was awarded PLATINUM certification January 2012, the only new construction urban project in our area to achieve such a high rating and while promoting both energy and water conservation in everyday use.

Project Details

This project consists of a 10,800 square foot two-story veterinarian hospital located in Olmos Park. A key feature for water conservation includes three 3100 gallon rainwater cistern storage tanks with filtration systems to supplement every day water usage as well as for irrigation system. Solatube dome sky lights, daylight harvesting system, clearstory windows and packaged roof top units system are included in the design to achieve energy savings and conservation. The interior finish includes polished concrete flooring, epoxy flooring at kennel areas, carpeting and rubber flooring made of recycled materials. Custom casework system and quartz counter tops through out; Foam filled insulation in perimeter walls to achieve noise reduction and high STC rating a kennels areas.

LOCATION:
4701 McCullough Ave.
San Antonio, TX 78212

COMPLETION DATE:
November 2010

OWNER:
Dr. Kenneth Kirlin

ARCHITECT:
MDN Architects

SQUARE FOOTAGE:
10,800

SERVICES:
New Construction
Interior Build-out
Site Development/Infrastructure

awards

Recognition & Awards

2010 ASA Nominee: Project of the Year under $5 Million

2011 ABC Excellence in Construction Award

2011 ABC National Excellence in Construction Award

2011 San Antonio Business Journal Going Green Sustainable Project of the Year Award

2011 City of San Antonio Green Building of the Year Award

2012 ABC Greener Tomorrow Award - National Level

2012 U.S. Green Building Council LEED Platinum Certification