Kendeda Building at Georgia Tech University

Atlanta, Georgia

United States

Sustainable siding at Georgia Tech

Sustainable siding at Georgia Tech

The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design, at Georgia Tech University, is the first building in Georgia and 28th in the world to earn Living Building Challenge certification, the world’s most ambitious and holistic green building achievement. The Kendeda Building is regenerative. Over the course of a year, it collects and infiltrates into the ground 15 times the amount of water needed for operations. Its photovoltaic system supplies over 200% of the building’s energy needs. It gives back more than it takes from the environment and focuses on the health of its occupants.

Accoya wood siding is used to clad portions of the building as it fits perfectly with the sustainability and performance goals of the project.



Designed by Lord, Aeck & Sargent and the Miller Hall Partnership

Accoya wood siding provided by Accoya Distributor, UFP.

Applications used in this project:Siding Siding

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