SRP Call Center

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Salt River Project (SRP) Call Center

The new Salt River Project (SRP) Call Center services the growing communities of Apache Junction, Gold Canyon and Queen Creek, AZ. The facility serves the public with a 26,000 SF Call Center, a 16,000 SF Business Center, along with a Customer Payment Center, public meeting rooms and general administrative offices. This facility is SRP’s first attempt at recognition for internal commitment to sustainability and building green. Green Ideas integrated several sustainable strategies into the design, development and construction of the project including 14,000 SF of roof-top solar panels, an upgraded building envelope and implementation of Green Housekeeping and Recycling Programs to minimize ongoing environmental impacts. These features, along with a strong commitment to sustainability by the entire project team, allowed the Center to earn LEED Gold level.


Sustainable Strategies

  • High-performance, reflective roofing system reduces the Urban Heat Island Effect

  • Occupancy sensors and permanent monitoring systems were installed to minimize energy use

  • Low-flow fixtures reduce domestic water use

  • Onsite rainwater harvesting systems reduce potable water use for irrigation

  • Low VOC-emitting materials for the building’s interior creates enhanced Indoor Environmental Quality

  • Daylighting illuminates the interior through perimeter glazing and rooftop monitors

  • Building materials with high-recycled content were sourced from local vendors

Project Results

  • LEED for New Construction Gold level achieved

  • 30% energy cost savings above ASHRAE 90.1-2004 energy standard

  • 54% reduction in potable water for domestic use

  • 100% savings of potable water use for irrigation

  • 80% of construction waste was diverted from the landfill

SRP Call Center_LEED Facts

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