DALLAS -- Salt Lake City’s recently dedicated Public Safety Building – built with $125 million of general obligation bonds – is one of the largest public buildings in the nation to generate as much energy as it uses, officials said.

Mayor Ralph Becker challenged GSBS Architects to design a building that would be a “net zero” power user. City officials also demanded a building that could withstand and continue to operate after a large-scale earthquake or terrorist attack.

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