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Andrew H. Wilson Elementary School is one of the first five schools rebuilt in New Orleans after hurricane Katrina. The project included renovation of a historic school building for pre-kindergarten to eighth grade, and construction of a new addition.

Working with HMS architects, a local architectural firm,
Innovative Design was responsible for both the new construction and green systems design and integration and LEED certification for the entire project. The new education building included administrative, cafeteria, gymnasium, media center, music, classroom, and exterior learning spaces.

This project has achieved
LEED Gold certification.

Key sustainable design strategies include:
ANDREW H. WILSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Location: New Orleans, LA
96,0
00 SF Renovation and Addition
Completion: January 2010
•Energy-efficient building envelope
•Daylighting in occupied spaces using light shelves and daylight sensors
•Solar domestic hot water
•4.8 KW Photovoltaics
•Water efficient fixtures and kitchen equipment
•Rainwater reuse for irrigaton
•Educational signage throughout school
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