GreenSmart Large Flow Wastewater Diverters at Work
See where GreenSmart Bypass/Rainwater Diversion Systems are being used in major development projects
According to the 2014 Los Angeles Green Building code, in new buildings of 25 stories of less, HVA Cooling towers shall contain a minimum of 50% of the makeup water supply from non-potable water sources. In new buildings of more than 25 stories, the cooling towers shall contain 100% makeup of the water supply from non-potable water sources.
GreenSmart Rainwater & Bypass Diverter Valves are playing a significant role. Here are several development projects in the Los Angeles area where our products are being used to meet Water Sustainability goals and meet water use requirements.
Olympic & Hill Tower
1000 Hill street, Los Angeles
60-Story Olympic & Hill Tower being built by the Omni Group.
Read more about the project on Urbanize.la
Apartments at Figat7th
960 W. 7th Street, Los Angeles
The new apartment tower under construction next to the Figat7th shopping mall in Downtown Los Angeles is bringing cutting-edge water sustainability to its residents by incorporating GreenSmart greywater/rainwater diverters in its plumbing system.
Landmark Office Tower
11750 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles
34- story Landmark Apartment Tower being built by the firm Douglas Emmett, Inc. and designed by Gensler. The new apartment tower is billed as the first residential high-rise built west of the 405 Freeway in more than 40 years.
The Rise Koreatown
3525 W. 8th Street, Los Angeles
Designed by Nadel Architects, the podium type building will include a central courtyard wrapped by residential amenities. Renderings depict a boxy mid-rise structure clad in stucco, with a supermarket at its ground floor.
Lumen West L.A.
11355 W. Olympic Bl, Los Angeles
Designed by Gensler, The mid-rise office complex which spans a full city block at 11355 W. Olympic Boulevard, consists of two 10-storey buildings with a combined 383,000 square feet of leasable offices.
107 Hewitt – Arts District
1o7 S. Hewitt, Los Angeles
Designed by architecture firm RIOS is building just east of the intersection of 1st and Alameda Streets in the Arts District. It will feature 69 apartments and 14,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space.