Castle Rock Industrial at the Meadows
Castle Rock Industrial at the Meadows is the first ever industrial project in Castle Rock and was built on a brand new development site without any utilities....Read More →
IKEA Centennial is the first U.S. IKEA store to integrate a geothermal system. This technology involved drilling 130 holes – each 5.5 inches wide and 500 feet deep – into the earth for pipes holding heat-transferring liquid circulating through underground loops to either warm-up or cool-down the temperature inside the store. All of this equated to the one of the largest geothermal systems in the U.S.
In addition, the facility has a 60,000-square-foot solar array consisting of a 498-kW system, built with 2,212 photovoltaic panels, and will produce approximately 740,000 kWh of electricity annually for the store, the equivalent to reducing 586 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2).
The project was completed approximately three months early.
Awards: City of Centennial’s Youth Commission Environmental Stewardship Award