Kent Public Health is a design winner
The new Kent Public Health Center received a national design award in the 2014 International Interior Design Association Healthcare Interior Design Competition.
The IIDA presented nine awards, including projects at major institutions in New York City, Cincinnati and Los Angeles. Designed by Buffalo Design, in collaboration with Public Health an the Facilities Management Division (FMD), the Kent project was the only winner in the Northwest.
In addition to winning the IIDA award, it’s important to note that this and other projects, managed by Public Health and FMD, achieved goals set forth by the King County Strategic Climate Action Plan including reducing the amount of energy use, maximizing recycling, and implementing the latest green building and sustainable development practices. The Kent Public Health Center and other facilities each achieved the equivalent of a Gold level ranking. They also completed these projects significantly under budget.
Find out more about all the IIDA winners here.