Miller Hull Partnership - LOTT Clean Water Alliance PDF Print Email
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Tuesday, 21 June 2011 09:30

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While most sewage treatment plants are invisible to their communities and separated by a chain link fence, the LOTT Clean Water Alliance Regional Service Center is a visible and active participant in the public life of Washington's capital city.

The LOTT Clean Water Alliance provides Class A reclaimed water and emphasizes water conservation through a strong community outreach program, in addition to providing wastewater treatment services to 85,000 people in four local communities.

The new facility, located on the site of its existing Budd Inlet Treatment Plant, brings all management and staff together in one location. The facility includes three major elements, with a renovated 7,700 ft2 water quality laboratory, a new 21,300 ft2 office and a 3,500 ft2 education and technology center.

Located only a few blocks from the State Capitol on a brownfield site in a predominantly industrial context, the new Regional Services Center maximizes myriad site resources.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 June 2011 12:54
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The Miller Hull Partnership - Northwest Maritime Centerin Port Townsend, Washington PDF Print Email
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Monday, 10 January 2011 15:34

Maritime-Center-03 Designed by the Miller Hull Partnership, the Northwest Maritime Center in Port Townsend, Washington, recently achieved LEED Gold Certification. As a nonprofit organization committed to promoting and preserving a rich maritime heritage, on-the-water programs, and nurturing the art and craft of wooden boats, the maritime center was designed not only to protect but to actually improve and restore the waters of the Puget Sound. From energy use reduction to habitat restoration and material selection-all aspects of sustainability were considered by the client and the design team.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 January 2011 06:57
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The Miller|Hull Partnership - Safari Drive in Scottsdale, Arizona PDF Print Email
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Tuesday, 12 October 2010 07:07

Set within a suburban setting, the project addresses the issue of distance between residential dwellings and commercial spaces. While the complex is mostly composed of residential units, small commercial functions – live/work lofts and ground floor retail spaces – are injected into the project, contributing a shared energy to the public spaces.
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