OH2 Medical Spa receives LEED certification
The OH2 Medical Spa in Alpharetta, GA is the first medical facility to receive LEED-CI certification.
Tue, Jul 14 2009 at 2:23 PM
Located in Alpharetta, Georgia, the OH2 Vein Treatment and Medical Spa
is the first medical commercial interior to receive LEED certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). The facility earned LEED for Commercial Interiors
(LEED-CI) certification for a number of environmentally friendly measures including:
- Low VOC paint
- Low flow water fixtures
- Light sensors to minimize artificial light use
- Natural light maximized in 90% of patient areas
- Onsite recycling for plastic, glass, and aluminum
- Wind and solar energy subsidies that account for 50% of total energy use
- Generous use of recycled construction products
- ENERGY STAR appliances and computer equipment
“We are thrilled to have achieved certification with our first medical spa, and meet the very rigorous specifications of the USGBC’s building and operational standards, says Dr. Randy Rudderman, co-founder of OH2, ”Our commitment to the environment and the ultimate health of our patients remains our priority, as we believe eco-friendly buildings are essential environments for healing.” Source: OH2 Medical Spa
The facility provides a variety of spa services including microdermabrasion, laser hair removal, cellulite treatments, and facials. In addition to the menu of spa services, the staff at OH2 Medical Spa can treat varicose and spider veins.
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