Pittsburgh’s Net-Zero Frick Environmental Center Is Designed To Meet The World’s Toughest Green Standards

AUG 3, 2016 


Created as a joint venture between the City of Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, the FEC is a welcome facility, education center, and gateway to the 644-acre Frick Park. The center will serve as a “living laboratory” offering hands-on environmental education to a projected 20,000 K-12 students along with hundreds of thousands of expected visitors each year. Its fully equipped classrooms, galleries, offices, and public spaces will help carry out the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy’s award-winning programs that include the restoration of the park’s ecological and historical landscape... Read the full article