HOW WE HELP ENSURE PRODUCTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
Cornell University – Klarman Hall
Ithaca, New York
Klarman Hall, completed in 2016, is the first building added to the Cornell campus that was devoted exclusively to humanities. The project cost $61 million and was funded by philanthropy. The new building is very modern but also environmentally friendly with solar panels on the roof, natural-daylight shafts in the ceiling, rainwater reclamation systems, chilled beams to provide energy efficient heating and cooling, and 8100 sq. ft of green roof installed.
This is a space for students to collaborate and learn, so maintaining the indoor air quality at a level to maintain health and productivity is important. This building is also contributing to powering some other parts of the Cornell campus via the solar panels. With the care that was put into creating an energy efficient space, the devices that Paragon Controls’ provided for this building also needed to meet that goal.
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