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December 5, 2018

Miller Hull No. 1 for sustainability

Rendering from The Miller Hull Partnership [enlarge]
The Kendeda Building is designed to meet the Living Building Challenge.

The Miller Hull Partnership of Seattle is the top firm for sustainability in a ranking of U.S. architecture firms published by Architect magazine.

The magazine's 2018 Architect 50 ranks firms in business, sustainability and design categories, as well as overall rankings.

In a press release, Miller Hull said its current work includes the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design at the Georgia Institute of Technology that is targeting Living Building Challenge certification.

Miller Hull is the design architect and Lord Aeck Sargent is the architect of record. The building is scheduled to be complete in 2019, and is targeting certification in 2021.

Miller Hull also designed the Bullitt Center in Seattle, which is known as the world's greenest commercial office building.

Sustainability rankings for other Seattle firms are Mithun (second) LMN Architects (sixth) and Weber Thompson (34th).

For all the rankings, go to https://tinyurl.com/ybtdo22a/.

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