The North Transfer Station is undoubtedly one of the most community-friendly dumps in America. It is located in Seattle’s thriving Wallingford-Fremont neighborhood. The North Transfer Station is also one of the AIA COTE Top 10 Green Building Projects. It also known as the North Recycling and Disposal Station, is a municipal waste collection and distribution facility in Seattle, Washington, United States.
Sustainable, green buildings are rising in popularity. GBRI has compiled this list of 100 stunning and innovative green building projects from around the world. This is as part of our case study series to educate green building professionals. North Transfer Station in Seattle is part of GBRI case study series where we look at amazing green building projects from around the world.
The North Transfer Station is one of the AIA COTE Top 10 Green Building Projects. It is also known as the North Recycling and Disposal Station. The project is a municipal waste collection and distribution facility in Seattle, Washington, United States.
Designed by Mahlum Architects and built by Lydig Construction, this project clearly demonstrates the immediate positive impact of good design.
Join our audio-visual tour as we explore this sustainability project.
What You will learn
You will Recognize the Top 10 green building projects
Will identify the AIA COTE measures of sustainable design
Also analyze each measure of sustainable design through project specific examples.
Identify and understand some of the strategies employed to achieve the sustainability goals set out for the project.