Lasting Dividend

Web Abstract: 
Case study of University of Florida's William R. Hough Hall, a LEED Gold graduate business studies building that uses 42% less energy than the baseline. Ample daylighting, breakout study rooms, lounges, lockers and a convenience store make it one of the most popular buildings on campus. A solar hot-water system is the primary source of domestic water heating. Efficient plumbing fixtures and drought-tolerant landscaping help reduce water use.
Author: 
Heffelmire, Jason
Journal: 
High Performing Buildings
Media Type: 
Text
Publication Date: 
03/31/2012
Page Numbers: 
p56-64
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