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4th And Sustainable: A Balanced Design Approach For The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (Arden Hills, MN)

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Zach Johnson 4th and Sustainable LA572 Spring 13 Thesis Final Boards Dominic Fischer 4 19 13.pdf
Title: 4th And Sustainable: A Balanced Design Approach For The Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant (Arden Hills, MN)
Author: Johnson, Zach
Abstract: With a lack of appreciation and the underestimation of the importance and benefits a sustainable ecosystem can provide in today’s society, it has become a topic that needs to be tended to. A great way to approach the design of sustainable sites, is to follow the guidelines of The Sustainable Sites Initiative(SITES), as well as find a project that can utilize them, and raise awareness in the publics eye. With the large budget and exposure a stadium receives, it is a strong development type to pair with the guidelines for SITES. This pairing can positively regenerate both sustainable ecosystems and an understanding of the importance they can carry today.
Date: 2013-05
Subject: Sports facilities.
Brownfields.
Hazardous waste site remediation.
Sustainable development.
Arden Hills (Minn.)
Minnesota.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/22807

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