These photos were taken at the Sequim Civic Center just before Governor Inslee’s “Stay-At-Home” order and we’re looking forward to wrapping up this project once restrictions are lifted.
This is a 50.16kW solar PV system comprised of 132, Made-in-Washington Silfab 380W solar modules, 66 P860 SolarEdge Optimizers, two SolarEdge SE20KUS solar inverters and PanelClaw’s PolarBear III, ballasted racking for flat roofs.
The Sequim Civic Center is host to several City departments including the Council Chambers, Police Station, Utility Billing/Finance, City Manager's Office, City Clerk, Community Development, Public Works, City Attorney, Communications & Marketing and Human Resources.
The solar photovoltaic system integrates into the sustainability principles being used in the rest of the Civic Center.
The building was dedicated in 2015 is LEED, (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) with other sustainability features integrated throughout the building to reduce its impact on the environment while also providing its occupants with a healthier space to work and gather.
We’ll share more photos once we’re able to return to the jobsite and wrap things up.