High Desert Church Children?s Ministry
   
The green roof near the playground provides a landscaped, group interaction space on the second floor of High Desert Children?s Ministry. The green roof, along with other materials, helps reduce the heat island effect; Images Courtesy of Doug Spuler, RNLProject Name: High Desert Church Children?s Ministry
Year: Current
Owner: High Desert Church
Location: Victorville, CA, USA
Building Type: Religious
Type: Intensive, Test/Research
System: Single Source Provider
Size: 3000 sq.ft.
Slope: 1%
Access: Accessible, Private
Submitted by: Greenroofs.com

Designers/Manufacturers of Record:
Architect: Doug Spuler, RNL
Landscape Architect: RNL
Sustainable design became the unifying approach to the new High Desert Children?s ministry building in Victorville, California. This rendering of the project reflects the ministry?s request to incorporate fun design elements that relate to children while providing new campus-wide ?architectural language? and style.The result of implementing green design is a building that uses less energy to build; uses local materials and strategies to lower operating costs; and puts more money toward ministry instead of utility bills.

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Visit the High Desert Church website here. Read "Earth-Friendly Design" by Thomas G. Dolan of July 1, 2006 in ChristianityToday.com here. For more information, please contact RNL Architect Douglas A. Spuler, AIA LEED AP, Principal: 303.575.8496; Doug.Spuler@RNLDESIGN.com.
 
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