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Energy, water and waste efficient military installation

The Integrated Living Community pilot project for an army base in Missouri is a case study for a 20-year master plan to change the planning of all 280 American military installations to a state of net positive energy, net zero water, and net zero waste.

The project reflects the specific requirement of the military in relation to sustainability, with an additional motivation for independent systems to withstand disasters.

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Integrated Living Community wins Acknowledgement prize
“A serious and profound strategy, based on an impressive multidisciplinary research” – Holcim Awards Jury
Project Entry 2011 for Region North America
Project Details
Fort Leonard Wood, MO, USA
Lyndsey Deaton-Pruitt
Main Author
Lyndsey Deaton-Pruitt
US Army Corps of Engineers, USA
Jennifer Ramirez
Further Author
Jennifer Ramirez
US Army Corps of Engineers , USA
US Army Corps of Engineers
Acknowledgement prize 2011
North America
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