Biohabitats helps Josey Pavilion become first certified Living Building in Texas
This month, the Dixon Water Foundation’s Josey Pavilion became the first building in Texas to achieve Living Building Challenge certification. Working with Lake Flato Architects, Biohabitats helped design wastewater treatment/reuse and stormwater management systems to conserve and reuse water on the site.
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