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Chandler City Hall
Project Type:
Office Building, Public Assembly, Suburban
Project Location:
175 S. Arizona Avenue
Chandler, Arizona 85225
USA
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AIA Committee on the Environment:
2012 Top Ten
Design Features:
Artistic Shading System, Flexibility, Public Space-making, Sustainable Technology, LED Lighting, Daylighting, low-Flow Water-conserving Fixtures, Drip Irrigation, Low-Water-Use Plants, Underfloor Air Distribution, Variable-Air-Volume Supply and Demand-Controlled Ventilation, FSC Wood, Recycled Materials
Project Summary:
Chandler City Hall is a low- to mid-rise government complex developed on two city blocks and located with Arizona Avenue along its eastern edge and Washington Street as its western edge in downtown Chandler. The center of the development is bisected by Chicago Street. The north block is devoted to a 5-story office tower at the north end and one-story buildings along Arizona Ave and Washington Street. The tower houses City departments while the 1-story buildings contain an art gallery, council chambers and a television studio. The south block is devoted to one-story buildings and a 2-level parking structure. The buildings contain a neighborhood redevelopment office and a print center.
(Source: AIA COTE 2012)
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US-CHNDCH
Updated: 
2019-01-13 22:13:19
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104.32
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998
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Design and Construction Team:
SmithGroup
Architect, Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Engineer
Caruso Turley Scott Inc.
Structural Engineer
GBTwo
Landscape Architect
Quest Energy Group
Energy Modeler
TMCx Solutions, LLC
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