In 2019, Berea College began the process of renovating and replacing Danforth and Kettering Residence Halls. Danforth Hall is a $13 million modern housing facility that replaced the existing Danforth Hall in 2020. Kettering Hall is a $16 million housing facility that replaced the existing Kettering Hall in 2021. Within proximity to Berea College’s educational facilities, student services, and dining facilities, these residence halls increase student engagement and satisfaction on Berea’s Campus.
A 31-acre farm field is the site for FedEx Freight’s LEED-certified (WDC v4), 72,444-gross-square-foot distribution center with cross-deck bays and office areas. Paladin provided LEED administration and whole building commissioning for the project.
4th Street Live! had not completed a LEED project before and asked Paladin to support the design and owner teams in strategy development, sustainability credit documentation, and certification support.
UofL’s Belknap Residence Hall – Phase I is an $87,000,000 modern housing facility serving first-year students that opened in 2021. In close proximity to educational facilities, the hall is home to 452 students throughout the academic year and countless students in summer programs. Phase II is a twin of Phase I and scheduled for opening in time for Fall 2022 semester.
Paladin provided Whole Building Commissioning and Sustainability Administration services for Ecofibre U.S. Headquarters, a 50,000 sq. ft. facility containing a combination of office, manufacturing, and warehousing spaces.
Centralized Laboratory in Frankfort, KY houses critical lab functions for multiple state agencies such as the Kentucky State Police, Cabinet for Health and Family Services, and Division of Environmental Program Support.
Berea College envisioned a state of the art instructional facility providing advanced science laboratories, nursing laboratories, interactive learning spaces, collaborative spaces, and a planetarium.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky’s energy management information system, nicknamed CEMCS, identified that the CHR Building was significantly underperforming with respect to utility consumption.