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September 14, 2015
Seattle Academy of Arts and Science has finished a five-story, 34,000-square-foot science and engineering building at the corner of 13th Avenue and East Spring Street on Capitol Hill.
The STREAM Building has seven laboratory and studio classrooms, a two-story learning commons, and associated staff offices.
Designed for LEED gold or platinum status, the building uses power from photo-voltaic panels and has a green roof atop a new breezeway connecting it with the school's Arts Building.
Other green features include a 12,000-gallon cistern for rain water, hydronic ceiling panels, radiant heat floors and passive cooling.
Owner: Seattle Academy of Arts + Sciences
Architect: The Miller Hull Partnership
General contractor: GLY
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