Square foot

Class “A” medical office building


(First) Idaho

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certified project


Percent less energy used

Than a non-LEED certified building

Designed for efficiency and sustainability

Mulvaney medical office building was designed for sustainability. As Idaho’s first LEED Gold certified building, it uses 30-50% less energy, reduces carbon emissions by 35 percent, and reduces water used by 40 percent, all of which save the medical tenants operating costs.

Some of the sustainable elements incorporated include:

  • Open air healing garden on the 2nd floor
  • High performance window glazing
  • Exterior shading devices
  • Heat recovery units and heat exhanges
  • High efficiency water source heath pump & chillers
  • Daylighting/lighting control system
  • Native and drought tolerant landscaping
  • Recycling and recycled content building materials