Turner Completes Net-Positive PNC Bank Branch in Florida

January 11, 2013

Turner's Special Projects Division in Miami completed work on a branch of PNC Bank, which goes beyond Net-Zero energy usage to send power back to the local grid.
The 4,900-square-foot, LEED Platinum branch currently consumes an estimated 70,000 kilowatt hours of energy per year, compared to the roughly 84,000 kilowatt hours it produces. The 14,000-kilowatt-hour difference is equivalent to the energy it takes to power a 1,600-square-foot house for a year.
Green features of the bank include 211 solar panels, high-efficiency LED lighting, Energy Star appliances, and an energy recovery ventilation system which dramatically reduces heating and cooling costs. The landscaping, which includes only local plant species to minimize irrigation needs, and paving designed to reduce rainwater runoff, also features a fitness path which is open to the public.

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