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The 2006 Energy Efficiency Integration Awards (EEIA) Winners

Toyota South Campus – Torrance - At Night

For their achievement in combining exceptional design, environmental sensitivity, and energy efficiency, seven California nonresidential projects received awards of recognition from the 2006 Savings By Design Energy Efficiency Integration Awards program.

Every year, the recognition program, sponsored by Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Diego Gas & Electric®, Southern California Edison, Southern California Gas Company, Sacramento Municipal Utility District, and The American Institute of Architects, California Council (AIACC), acknowledges the extra time and effort it takes to successfully integrate architectural excellence and energy efficiency.

This year, two exceptional projects rose to the top to receive Awards of Honor. Two other outstanding projects received Awards of Merit and three noteworthy projects received special citations.

“These winning projects are responsive to their location, addressing their climate and also the potential for integrated use of outdoor areas,” said the jurors. “The best design solutions focus on both the building and the site, and also relate to the community context.”

The jurors agreed that the highly inventive solutions represented by the winners would be instructive to other designers in California and throughout the nation.

  • Toyota South Campus – Torrance - At Night
  • Toyota South Campus

    Year: 2006
    Architect: LPA, Inc.
    Owner/Submitted By: Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc.
    Location: Torrance, CA
    Citation Award

    Located at Toyota’s North American Headquarters, the South Campus consists of five three-story buildings, totaling 624,000 square feet. In addition to the program requirement of providing office space for the financial and customer services groups, the facility provides amenities for dining, training and an event courtyard for the entire Toyota population. The campus expansion demonstrates Toyota’s commitment to the environment using the corporation’s process green initiatives.

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