• PERA Building - Public Employees Retirement Association Office - LEED Gold Certified PERA Building - Public Employees Retirement Association Office - LEED Gold Certified The PERA Building is the largest Rammed-Earth structure in the Southwest. Its 24" walls were formed with Abique red earth and 5% concrete, mixed dry and compacted in forms.
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PERA Building – Public Employees Retirement Association Office – LEED Gold Certified

The PERA Building is the largest Rammed-Earth structure in the Southwest. Its 24″ walls were formed with Abique red earth and 5% concrete, mixed dry and compacted in forms. It is a 16,000 sq. ft. LEED Gold project and received the 2010 Best Building in Class and Best Overall Green Building awards from the Associated General Contractors Association.


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