3D walkthrough of the Michigan State University mechanical room
Michigan State University expands Life Science Building
Peter Basso Associates designed mechanical and electrical systems for the addition, which is the first building on campus to use ground-source geothermal energy for heating and cooling. Mechanical systems design included fire protection system, domestic cold and hot water, sanitary waste and vent, storm drainage, heating, cooling, humidification, air handling, exhaust systems, and temperature controls. Electrical systems design included a new dedicated primary electrical service, exterior and interior lighting and lighting controls, communication systems, and fire alarm and access control systems.
The project achieved LEED Silver Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
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