Allies for Efficiency training on the newly completed Clatsop County Jail
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Clatsop County designs its new jail to support the community’s needs and provide care for its adults in custody
Join us on October 25 for an Allies for Efficiency webinar detailing the major renovation that resulted in Clatsop County’s new jail. We’ll hear from the design and construction team about how building renovations and energy-efficiency upgrades supported occupant health and safety, while also benefiting the community for years to come.
The project consisted of a major renovation of the former Oregon Youth Authority juvenile detention facility in Warrenton, which enabled the county to open a 148-bed jail for about half the cost of a ground-up facility. The week after the bond passed in 2018, the county reached out to Energy Trust to enroll the project and maximize early design incentives.
The panelists will discuss how they incorporated health and compassionate care for adults in custody into the jail’s design and construction. Panelists will share their approach to energy efficient design, including increased daylighting, smart LED design, and a VRF mechanical system. The panelists will also present a narrated slideshow that showcases these measures and highlights additional improvements. Plus, earn valuable AIA HSW CEUs.
About the presenters:
Sheriff Matt Phillips, Clatsop County Sheriff’s Office
David Dieffenbach, capital improvements projects manager, Clatsop County
Erica Loynd, principal, DLR Group
Emil Hameed, project manager, Cornerstone Management Group
Daniel Waight, project engineer, Emerick Construction Company
Elin Shepard, outreach manager, Energy Trust New Buildings
Date: October 25
Presentation time: 12:00 – 1:30
CEUs: 1.5 AIA HSW/LU pending
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