Greyter Water Systems was selected to reduce potable water consumption at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. This 250,000 square-foot facility in Miami, Florida is considered one of the most innovative and sustainable museums in the world. The structure includes science and history galleries, a planetarium and a wildlife centre that will be the home to animal, fish and plant species native to South Florida. This exciting new museum was designed by the architects at Grimshaw and was professionally engineered by Fraga Engineering. The construction manager is Skanska USA and numerous sub-contractors contributed to the construction including the Kirlin Group.
The Greyter Water Systems’ solution will collect and treat graywater from lavatory sinks and showers so that it can be reused to supply the 77 water closets and 22 urinals. “We were thrilled to have been selected to manage water efficiently at this incredibly innovative museum,” said Mark Sales, CEO of Greyter Water Systems.