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Project: Life Sciences Centre Retrofit
Status of Project: Substantially completed
This project involves retrofitting 450,000 square feet of the life sciences building, including the building envelope, lighting, the HVAC system, and fume hood controls.
Primary Areas of Benefit
- Improves energy efficiency: The retrofit improves energy efficiency and is estimated to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 6,000 tonnes per year.
- Upgrades the health and safety aspects of facilities: The project will lead to improved air quality for students, researchers and faculty.
January 2011 — New windows saw cut
December 2010 — Drycooler lift
November 2010 — Completed domestic hot water heaters
October 2010 — New motor control center (MCC) and switch gear
August 2010 — New Biology Tower Roof
June 2010 — Variable air volume (VAV) Box Complete
Februray 2010 — Dalhousie Life Sciences Center classroom
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