This National OSHA Science Laboratory, Technology, and Training Center was a design/build project developed jointly with CB Richard Ellis for The General Services Administration. The main entry and lobby are located at the apex of the two winged building, skylights and clerestory windows daylight the main corridors. These corridors have become key landmarks simplifying pedestrian way finding and providing a connection to the outside environment. The facility was the first in Salt Lake City to achieve “ LEED Silver” rating through the U.S. Green Building Council. Sustainable principles include: drought resistant indigenous plantings, light colored roofing, clerestory windows, skylights and exterior sunshades. The building’s three-stage HVAC recovery system improves energy performance by 47%, in comparison to a building of the same size.
OSHA Salt Lake Technical Center
About OSHA Salt Lake Technical CenterLocation: Salt Lake City, Utah
Structure Size: 76,000 sf
Date of Completion: 2004