BRAE Rainwater Harvesting BRAE designs rainwater harvesting systems for residential, commercial, and institutional applications. An active participant in the rainwater community, BRAE assists customers in adopting this sustainable technology for their applications. en Copyright {gmt_date format="%Y"} {gmt_date format="%Y-%m-%dT%H:%i:%s%Q"} Case Study - San Francisco Pier 27 On San Francisco’s celebrated waterfront, Pier 27 now has a new role. On it is the new, ultra-modern landmark: the James R. Herman cruise ship terminal. For Your Business, 2014-04-25T19:51:25+00:00 Case Study - Studio 804 Professor Dan Rockhill and 23 students in the graduate design/build program, Studio 804, began designing the University of Kansas' new Center for Design Research. For Your School, 2012-10-12T14:09:00+00:00 Case Study - Naco Border Patrol Station In October of 2010, ground was broken for a new $40 million, 58,000 square-foot facility, the Naco Border Patrol Station. For Your Business, 2012-10-11T16:30:35+00:00 Case Study - Cigas Machine Rainwater runoff from the building rooftop totals approximately 2 million gallons annually. For Your Business, 2011-04-19T19:57:09+00:00 Case Study - Cox Mill High School With increasing developmental pressures on community water supplies, Cox Mill becomes the first high school in the county school system to utilize rainwater for irrigating the Horticulture Lab greenhouse. For Your School, 2011-04-07T13:36:50+00:00 Designed to lessen the local environmental impact from recycled building materials and composted waste, Sam’s Club’s first-of-its-kind “green” store showcases numerous sustainable features. News, 2011-03-31T20:00:08+00:00 An eco-friendly home in downtown Raleigh, NC, incorporating rainwater harvesting as part of its Earth-friendly features, gains national attention on the Planet Green channel. News, 2011-03-31T19:58:14+00:00 The Duke Energy Center, integrating a rainwater and condensate recovery system as part of its green building design, is recognized as the most sustainable skyscraper in America. News, 2011-03-31T19:52:34+00:00 Directors of the 18,000-acre Grand Bay Reserve in Moss Point, MS decided to demonstrate their commitment to environmental design by including a BRAE rainwater harvesting system that allows the facility to use 40 percent less purified water for flushing and boat washing. News, 2009-09-02T19:57:49+00:00 Duke University’s Smart Home, a 10-person student residence hall for green living and learning, was designed from the ground up to be adaptable, environmentally sustainable and technologically integrated. News, 2008-06-19T19:59:31+00:00