Greenville Center

Greenville Center

Appleton, Wisconsin

This 36,000-square foot office building was envisioned as a laboratory for sustainable design.

The Cool Daylighting approach used, makes use of natural Day-light reducing the need for electric lighting. The combination of the daylighting design, low VOC materials and finishes, and a carefully designed ventilation system, results in an exceptional indoor spacial quality. While not formally certified, this building was one of the first in the United States to meet LEED Gold design and performance standards.

Project Completed 2000


The first commercial building in Wisconsin to receive the Energy Star® Label from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for energy performance excellence

Pella Windows national advertising featured project

CGA employees provided the following services

Integrated Project Delivery and Project Management

Building Design

Sustainable Design

Project designed by Cox Group Architects staff while employed at Hoffman LLC, Firm of Record

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