Vistawall Helps Green Building Go Silver

The Vistawall Group has announced that it has been tapped to manufacture some of the exterior components that will ultimately add to the design and function of the Lillis Business Complex at the University of Oregon, a new building the school wanted "green" from the ground up.

According to the Vistawall press release, Vistawall Architectural Products worked with Lease Crutcher Lewis Construction of Portland, Ore. and glazing contractor Pacific Glass of Renton, Wash., as well as with a solar consultant to incorporate solar voltaic glass modules into its CW-250 curtainwall system.

The project includes wire harnesses routed back into the building connecting to DC/AC converters and a Vistawall front set Multiplane storefront system with Zero-Sightline operable project-out windows from Moduline Window Systems (part of The Vistawall Group). The building was awarded a LEED™ Certified Silver Award by the United States Green Building Council, according to the Vistawall press release.


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