Improving Building Performance in Haiti and Beyond

With a steadfast determination to improve building performance with energy and sustainability solutions, Rivion is honored to go ALL IN at Greenbuild 2017 and in our work on the William Jefferson Clinton Children’s Center (WJCCC) in Haiti.

As the project nears completion, we’re proud to have worked alongside the USGBC to play a key role in the design and construction of the WJCCC in Port au Prince, Haiti. The facility is registered under the WELL rating system and we will continue to work towards achieving that certification as well as a LEED® Platinum Certification. This net zero energy center will serve as a replacement for the orphanage that was damaged in the 2010 earthquake and will be the first children’s center to hold a LEED Certification.

Upon completion of this project, our ultimate goal is to replicate the work we’re doing in Haiti to make sure people in developing areas across the globe have access to water and energy.

– Al Skodowski
Principal, Rivion

The facility was designed to be plus-positive for energy, providing critical independence from the unreliable power grid in Port-au-Prince. It is also plus-positive for water, which will save on utility expenses.

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William Jefferson Clinton Children’s Center Progress

As we continue construction on this project in Haiti, watch how the WJCCC has taken shape to-date and learn more about Project Haiti.

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