Kendall's ACE Hardware, Payne Avenue
City of Saint Paul
840 Payne Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55101

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Kendall's ACE Hardware, Payne Avenue
New Construction | 2012

Kendall’s Hardware is a 14,000 sf hardware store in Saint Paul that was completed in 2012. This project involved the relocation of an existing hardware store into a new building, accommodating growth of 25%. 

The small, engaged design firm was using the SB 2030 program for the first time. The firm adjusted their design process to accommodate the aggressive energy goals, engaged with Xcel Energy’s Energy Design Assistance program for small buildings, and came up with a design that exceeded their SB 2030 Standard by reducing the window to wall ratio, selecting high-performing windows, designing exterior walls with a high R-value, and using energy recovery ventilation. The owner became completely engaged with the B3/SB 2030 process and has continued to consider energy efficiency in the building’s operations.

This project is the winner of the 2016 Best of SB 2030 Award.

 

Project Details
  LocationSt. Paul, MN
  Construction TypeNew Construction
  Building TypeRetail, Mech/Storage, Office
  OrganizationCity of Saint Paul
  OwnerKendall and Alexandra Crosby
  Building Area14,594 sf
  Vegetated Area0.384 acres
  Number Of Stories2
  Year of Occupancy2012

Design Team
  ArchitectLunning Wende Associates
  Mechanical EngineerLKPB Engineers
  Structural EngineerBKBM Engineers
  Civil EngineerBKBM Engineers
  ContractorCopeland Building
  Commissioning AgentLKPB Engineers
  Energy ModelerLKPB Engineers
  Electrical EngineerLKPB Engineers
  Landscape ArchitectMcGhie & Betts, Inc.
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