CU Rec Center Renovation Seeking LEED Platinum

moore, paula
February 2014
ENR: Engineering News-Record;2/24/2014, Vol. 273 Issue 8, pMT41
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The article reports on lead contractor Saunders Construction Inc.'s upgrade and expansion of the 40-year-old University of Colorado Boulder Recreation Center as it seeks net-zero LEED Platinum standards. The project's mechanical upgrades reportedly include one of the most sophisticated, sustainable air-displacement systems ever used in a university recreation center. Lead mechanical engineering firm The RMH Group Inc. claims that the university wanted a unique energy-conserving system.


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