The project addressed structural, capital, energy conservation, and resident health/comfort needs, helping to preserve a community asset serving those at risk of homelessness. Work included structural repair, window replacement, ventilation upgrades, space and hot water heating upgrades, fire/life/safety upgrades, air-sealing, exterior facade repair and paint. In striving to meet Passive House standard, a 30% reduction in energy cost is anticipated.
Mark O. Hatfield Preservation Project
106-unit apartment building with seven stories and a basement.
Concrete facade repair and new paint improved the exterior. Single-pane aluminum windows were replaced with high-performance windows. Air-tight installation of the windows limits heat loss. Hot water storage tanks heated by central boiler replaced with high-efficiency gas condensing hot water heater and storage tanks. New unit electric radiators and thermostats installed.
In striving to meet Passive House standard, a 30% reduction in energy cost is anticipated.
M/W/ESB of 20% was surpassed, with 32% attained. Two major trades attained 19% and 17% apprenticeship. (*25% of scope was performed by County-required contractor)