Mason Completes 26,000 Sq Ft LEED-Certified City Hall and Police Dept.

On Oct. 14, the City of Mason held an open house and dedication for their new City Hall and Police Department. The new 26,000 square foot facility is a LEED-certified green building with movable walls, raised flooring, under-floor heating, cooling, electrical and data and optimal energy efficiencies.

Offering a healthy work environment, the new building also sports reduced operating and maintenance costs, long-term flexibility and future expansion capabilities. 

“Mason’s new City Hall and Police Department is one of the most energy efficient buildings in the City, using the gold standard for efficiency and user comfort,” says Martin Colburn, Mason's city administrator. “With 69 energy efficient windows and four skylights, the sun helps light and heat the space, saving on electricity and energy use.”

Spacewerks, a Granger Group company, was the designer/builder for this project and worked closely with the City of Mason staff and City Council to ensure that all needs and requirements for the new building were met.

Source: Ingrid Nova, City of Mason

Writer: Suban Nur Cooley
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