The Flight Projects Center is the first building to be LEED certified at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the first project to receive a LEED New Construction Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for NASA.

The six-story office building includes a basement and a 400-fixed seat auditorium space. The interior spaces with private and open workstations are designed to give ultimate flexibility allowing JPL to assemble project teams as required by various programs.

The building was designed to exceed Title 24 requirements by more than 25 percent, and the auditorium is equipped with a vegetated green roof and displacement ventilation system. Low-flow plumbing fixtures, fan wall technology and daylighting sensors and controls contribute to the project's sustainable story.

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Project Details

  • Completed in 2009
  • Pasadena, CA
  • 400-seat auditorium
  • First LEED certified building for JPL
  • First LEED-NC Gold building for NASA
  • Exceeds California Title 24 standards

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