- Regenerative Buildings
- Health and Wellness Channel
Renovation of Rebekah Scott Hall, a 1905 building on the National Register of Historic Places. The main floor houses the Admissions offices as well as the Welcome Center. The Second and Third Floor include housing for eighty upperclassmen.
Sustainable features include a ground source heat pump; hybrid geothermal HVAC system; domestic hot water heat pump; low-flow plumbing fixtures; LED light fixtures; and a dedicated outside air unit saving heat pump fan energy. Additionally, a 30% increase of outside air above code improves student and staff health, wellness and productivity, and an advanced cooling tower control helps to reduce seasonal water usage.
Facility condition survey and design of lighting and rigging systems for the 980 seat Russell
The Alex and Lee George Hall, a 30,500 square foot expansion of the Minges Science
In Design: Renovation and expansion of the Lilly Library, originally constructed in 1927. The
Under Construction: A 25,380 square foot expansion and 1,620 square foot renovation of the Russ
Renovation of 11,700 square feet, and a 7,000 square foot addition, to support the Electronic
A high-rise laboratory building including five laboratory floors, a 8,200 square foot vivarium,
In Design: A three building residence hall complex housing over 930 students. Communications
In Design: A 130,000 square foot expansion and a 167,000 square foot renovation of the student
Under Construction: A 600 bed residential life building with living-learning, community, and
A 303,500 square foot, three building complex, including two 440 bed residence halls, and a 57,950
The Energy and Environmental Science Education Research Center (EESERC) features laboratories for