A symbol of Eco-Diplomacy, the new self-sustaining embassy campus consciously minimized the impact on an already strained local infrastructure. With the creation of a large multi-functional water feature paired with daylight harvesting, heat recovery, solar hot water, rainwater harvesting, greywater reuse, and an optimized building envelope, the campus is on track to achieve annual energy savings of 40% and nearly net zero water usage.
M&H is privileged to have been part of this journey with our partners – The Department of State Overseas Building Operations, Davis Brody Bond, Page, and B.L. Harbert International.
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