March 16, 2002 SolarQuest® iNet News Service
Stanford Report, January 16, 2002
"The $5 million, 9,800-square-foot Leslie Shao-ming Sun Field Station opens in March. The new building, named for a former docent, will bring the preserve's labs and programs under one roof, providing scientists, students and staff with lab space, four offices, two classrooms and a kitchen.
"And from its floor, poured with concrete made with fly ash, a product of coal combustion, to its photovoltaic-panel-topped roof, the new field station will be the "greenest" building yet constructed by the university.... "
Read the full article about this building by Barbara Palmer