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Green Garage Teaches Customers How to Make Their Cars More Sustainable

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Photo courtesy of OZ Architecture
At Green Garage, customers learn how to make their cars more sustainable, no matter what the make and model.
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2012 Award of Merit

Interior Design/Tenant Improvement Category

Green Garage

Denver

Green Garage is a new automotive repair concept that is changing the way the world views the typical mechanic's shop. At Green Garage, customers learn how to make their cars more sustainable through a more transparent experience. The shop "green tunes" cars to run cleaner and cheaper with proven energy-saving automotive maintenance and repair products available in a state-of-the-art retail store.

Limited by a one-month construction schedule, OZ Architecture, Saunders Construction and Green Garage worked as a cohesive project team, maintaining a constant stream of communication, tackling all scheduling issues immediately and working together to find the best possible solutions.

Key Players

Owner: Green Garage, Boulder, Colo.

Architect: OZ Architecture, Denver

General Contractor: Saunders Construction, Centennial, Colo.

MEP: Innovative Mechanical Systems, Louisville, Colo.

Entry submitted by OZ Architecture

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