The $43 million rehabilitation of the Roshek Building, located at 700 Locust Street, is the largest and most formidable sustainable project ever to take place in the City of Dubuque. From its inception, the project was quick-paced and challenging, with only five months separating the start of the project and the major tenant’s occupation.
With the building now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the project called for a complete overhaul of over 250,000 square feet, including nine floors above grade, a lower level, and a sub-basement. The deconstruction team approached the project with a clear and concise waste management plan, as called for in the bid specifications.
The incorporation of “green” building operations techniques put this historic rehabilitation on the road to achieving the United States Green Building Council’s LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) PLATINUM status.
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