The Frontier Project Foundation, a non-profit founded by the Cucamonga Valley Water District, was constructed to demonstrate water and energy conservation strategies. The building reduces water consumption by 50 percent and energy usage by 30 percent.
As the Rancho Cucamonga region’s top-rated high-performance building, this 14,200-sq-ft LEED platinum-certified demonstration building is dedicated to educating the community in sustainable living practices. The project is an initiative demonstrating how inviting and engaging architecture can foster community awareness and create functional spaces for community forums, school field trips, lectures, public tours, and vendor exhibits showcasing environmentally friendly products.
Guided Tours of the Frontier Project are available by appointment only Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. To schedule an appointment or obtain more information, please contact: the Government and Public Affairs Department at 909-987-2591 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.