Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam
Child Development Center

  • LIGHTED SOUTH SIDE

  • CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED ON JBPHH CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER (CDC) PEARL HARBOR, OFF CENTER DRIVE. IMAGE SHOWS SPECIAL CARPORTS WITH THIN FILM PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS. PHOTO TAKEN JAN. 19, 2012.

Project Description

The Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam Child Development Center, or CDC, is a learning environment for the children of servicemen and servicewomen ages 6 weeks to 5 years.

This state-of-the-art, one-story facility boasts more than 20 classrooms, a full-service commercial kitchen with freezer and cooler, administrative and support spaces, playgrounds, and parking areas. Teachers and students benefit from a full complement of information technology, safety and security measures, and display technologies that protect and enhance the learning experience.

The facility is the first of its kind to achieve a “Net Zero” energy status and a LEED Platinum award rating. Solar heating, solar energy, and water-saving fixtures are fitted throughout, along with photosensor controlled lighting to minimize electricity waste. This hi-tech school is nestled in a park-like setting. Abundant greenery shapes the landscape which is studded with flower-bearing native Hawaiian trees.

 

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