Gallery: Net Zero Renovation for San Ysidro Border Crossing


Each day, two out of ten people who enter the United States go through the San Ysidro border, and if you’ve ever been through there, you know how long it takes. Now, the most important point of entry into the US will finally be renovated with optimized lane efficiency to process more cars even quicker — plus the entire project will be net zero. Seattle architecture firm The Miller Hull Partnership is responsible for the new design, which will feature solar energy, rainwater catchment, and target LEED Platinum certification.

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