LEED® Certification and Building Commissioning
The Fishermen’s Terminal Building is one of Northern California’s only buildings certified LEED Gold.
A capstone redevelopment project for the Eureka waterfront, the Fishermen’s Terminal Building officially opened summer 2011. It provides modern seafood processing space and retail opportunities for local companies. Located at the foot of C Street, on the Eureka Waterfront, it is connected to adjacent pedestrian plazas and outdoor event venues for recreation and tourism opportunities.
The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification process was overseen by Greenway Principal, Steve Salzman, P.E., LEED AP; Fawn Scheer, Project Manager, coordinated the documentation and certification efforts. LEED certifications require buildings to meet standards in six areas: Site Sustainability, Water efficiency, Energy and Atmosphere, Material and Resources, Indoor Environmental Quality, and Innovation. Greenway worked with the City of Eureka to meet these standards and qualify the Fisherman’s Terminal as LEED Gold.
Steve Salzman was also the project’s Commissioning Agent, ensuring that the heating, water, and mechanical systems were properly installed and operating. Greenway worked closely with the City of Eureka, as well as other local firms, including LaPotre and Cleek Architects, Abbay Technical, Whitchurch Engineering, SHN, and others.
For more information about the Fishermen’s Terminal Building LEED Certification, please contact us.