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the Most Sustainable Fire Station in the Country

August 2015 - FORMA's recently complete Fire Station No.20 is featured in The Urbanist

With 98 out of 110 LEED points awarded, this new Platinum certified Seattle fire station is not only the most sustainable fire station in the country, it is also the most sustainable building in the country according to the USGBC's online database of LEED BD+C: New Construction v3 projects.

Wondering what the second most sustainable project in the country is? Also a FORMA project, it's the LEED Platinum certified Cebula Hall at Saint Martin's University, with a total of 97 points awarded.

Read more about Seattle's new Fire Station No.20 in today's Urbanist.