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Centennial Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center, Idaho

The United States Department of the Interior
Bureau of Reclamation
Centennial Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center
Nampa, Idaho

The Bureau of Reclamation operates five Job Corps Civilian Conservation Centers under a cooperative agreement with the Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration. The Marsing Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center, operated by Reclamation, was renamed and relocated in September 1997 to a new facility in Nampa, Idaho.

The Department of Labor, Office of Job Corps, funded the new Centennial Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center facility, and a joint dedication ceremony was conducted on October 30, 1997. The facility is a 1997 Federal Energy Saver Showcase Facility.

Energy Efficiency Features

This state-of-the-art, energy-efficient, 190,000 square foot facility incorporates design features such as:

Direct digital centrally controlled computer system for heating, ventilating and air-conditioning energy efficiency
Electric lighting efficiency devices, including occupancy sensors, T-8 fluorescent lamps with electronic ballasts, compact fluorescent lights, LED exit lights, and high pressure and metal halide lamps in the warehouse and exterior parking, respectively
Irrigation and xeriscaping for reduced water use by using drought-tolerant grasses and drip techniques around the shrub area
Low-E, double-pane windows with 1-inch insulating glass for architectural and envelope energy efficiency
Low-flow shower restrictors, toilets, and urinals for water conservation.

Project Cost and Savings

Construction costs for the Job Corps facility totalled $16.4 million.

 


U.S. Department of the Interior

Greening of the Interior

catherine_cesnik@ios.doi.gov