|The All Saints Chapel and Administrative Complex is a Catholic Cemetery Chapel / Administration Complex for the Archdiocese of Chicago. "This new chapel, developed for the Archdiocese of Chicago, was designed to be a LEED-certified building. Upon completion of construction, the building was granted certification by the US Green Building Council.|
"The facility houses two worshiping areas, staff offices and maintenance workshops. Architectural energy saving features of the building includes a green roof, highly efficient glass and recycled building materials.
|"Engineering energy saving features include point-of-use water heaters, highly efficient plumbing fixtures, demand-controlled ventilation (DCV) and occupancy-sensitive lighting controls," (Gage Consulting Engineers, see below).|
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|See the case study from Catholic Cemetaries, Archdiocese of Chicago; architect MekusTanager; and the profile from Gage Consulting Engineers here. Learn about GreenGrid in the Greenroof Directory.|
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