Gallery: Cottonwood Cove Marina Set to be World’s First LEED-Certified ...

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Floating out on the waters of Lake Mohave is the Cottonwood Cove Marina, a desert oasis that is set to be the world's first LEED-certified floating building. Designed by Florida-based Carlson Studio Architecture, the eco-friendly marina provides concessions and boat slips for visitors to take out on the lake. Lightweight, modular construction, eco friendly materials, daylighting, and energy-efficient design are a few of the green building strategies that are pushing the marina towards LEED Gold certification.

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  1. Jedd Heap March 7, 2013 at 9:33 am

    Finally the project has earned LEED Gold Certification under the LEED NC 2.2 rating system.

  2. tophat0623 November 6, 2011 at 12:34 am

    its a beautiful thing! does anyone know who the super structure welder is?

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