City of Oakland: Green Building Resource Center
Oakland, California

The City of Oakland's LEED display, located in the Green Building Resource Center at 250 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, provides an overview of green building, the LEED products and describes LEED projects in Oakland and the East Bay.

The display highlights numerous LEED projects including: the Earthjustice Oakland Regional office in the historic Wakefield building, the Applied Biosystems Building in Pleasanton, the Pleasanton Fire Station 4 and the Towle and Wada residence Halls at the University of California, Berkeley. In addition, the material covers future LEED projects including the Oakland Airport Terminal 2 Renovation and the Oakland Municipal Boathouse renovation.

The LEED display is made from sustainable materials including agricultural biocomposites and FSC certified wood. The unit has wheels and a handle for transporting it to community outreach and educational events in and around Oakland.

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