The new $90 million T.C. Williams High School building in Alexandria, Virginia will provide an environment that is better for learning, teaching and the planet. The building features more natural light, a roof that helps to offset heat in the summer and controls runoff, with rainwater being collected and stored underground, sensors that detect levels of carbon dioxide will control the air flow depending on need, which is cleaner and an energy saver.
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