As a county government, Arlington County maintains a mix of building and facility types. There are several county-owned facilities that don’t fall in the other primary space types, and those are represented on this page. Additionally, Arlington County maintains a varied fleet of vehicles, including buses, heavy duty trucks, and typical cars, including a large number of hybrid-electric vehicles. The County owns the necessary facilities to ensure these vehicles are maintained and operated to their peak efficiency. Select a Specialty Facility from the list on the right to learn more.
Specialty Facilities: Site Energy Use Intensity, 2007 and 2012
The above Specialty Facilities chart shows Arlington Childcare used 47.89 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 36.7 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. The ART Facility used 39.84 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 176.7 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. The Equipment Division used 139.93 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 114.6 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. The George Mason Center used 52.01 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 60.1 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. The Greenhouse used 144.15 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 61.2 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. The Gunston Bubble used 323.12 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 173.0 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. The Network Operations Center does not have data for 2007. In 2012, the Network Operations Center used 804.6 kBTU/sq.ft. The Police Impound Lot used 159.56 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 81.8 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. The Shirlington Bus Station does not have data for 2007. In 2012, the Shirlington Bus Station used 217.7 kBTU/sq.ft. The Smartscape Office in 2007 used 128.51 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 77.9 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. The Vehicle Wash used 71.72 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 164.6 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012.