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CITY OF MIAMI GREEN LAB

CLIENT

City of Miami

ARCHITECT

Astorino Architecture

LOCATION

Miami, FL

LEED

Gold Certified

The grant-funded City of Miami project consisted of the restoration and renovation of the City of Miami’s Fire Station No. 14, located in West Little Havana. The project’s goal was to transform the former firehouse into a community educational resource center focused on sustainable living and green design and development. The Miami Green Lab, built by Link Construction Group in collaboration with the City of Miami and Astorino Architecture, is designed to house green building programs and offices for the city’s Office of Sustainable Initiatives (MSI).

The new center, with a LEED Gold certification, includes a variety of sustainable features, including a rainwater collection system, solar hot water heater, native landscaping, energy-efficient lighting, and monitoring systems. The building offers functional rooms that support the resource building’s initiatives, such as a gallery for seminars and products, a computer lab, a kitchen, offices, and a lobby/sitting area.