Animal Care & Protective Services

Auld & White and Ebert Norman Brady Architects were retained by the City of Jacksonville to complete the design-build of a new animal shelter. This building is the City of Jacksonville’s first LEED Gold certified structure and includes sustainable features such as a cool roof, an energy efficient HVAC system, controlled natural lighting, recycled materials and low-emitting adhesives and paints, low flow plumbing fixtures, and drought tolerant landscaping. 94.7% of the construction waste was diverted from landfills.


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Client City of Jacksonville
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Architect Ebert Norman Brady
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Role Design-Builder
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Project Size 41,000 sq ft
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Location Jacksonville, FL
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Date Completed June 2009
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Award Associated Builders & Contractors Florida First Coast Award of Excellence | Associated General Contractors Project of the Year | Associated General Contractors Horizon Award | AIA Award of Merit
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Market Public
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Service Design Build

Because of Auld & White's attention to detail and commitment to quality construction, the completed facility is a well-crafted, durable and attractive facility that has become a valuable asset to this community.

Tom Norman, Ebert Norman Brady