Cebula Hall Saint Martin’s University

Lacey, Washington

LEED 2009 Platinum 97 Points – highest scoring LEED building in the Western Hemisphere.

Project Type

Private Sector Design/Build & LEED Platinum 

Roles

LEED Management, design build services for HVAC, outdoor geothermal loop, energy management system (EMS), photovoltaics, and plumbing design. Roy F. Heynderickx PH.D. (Saint Martin’s University:   President):
“We are very proud of what we have been able to achieve with this building and are sincerely grateful to Sunset Air for their vital role in its success”

Facility Description

Three story 25,310 square‐foot educational facility for the College of Engineering.

Project Highlights

  • 90+ % Effective Tempeff heat recovery system.
  • Geothermal HP system
  • State of the air Energy Management System (EMS)
  • Photovoltaic array producing 20KWH Annually
  • 73% energy use reduction over ASHRAE baseline

Project Cost

$5,700,000 or $225/SF

LEED 2009 Platinum

97 Points – highest scoring LEED building in the Western Hemisphere

Energy Use Index (EUI)

Predicted:  14.5 KBTU/SF
Actual:        11.8 KBTU/SF


LEEDing the way. We’re proud to be a part of many LEED projects. (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design).