ClimateMaster is teaming up with universities and colleges around the United States and around the globe in furthering higher education. ClimateMaster recognizes the needs of today’s higher education facilities to make their environments more conducive to learning and increasing the comfort of living on campus. Needs such as lowering energy and maintenance costs, increasing indoor air quality and decreasing unit noise disruption go a long way toward creating more sustainable colleges and universities.
Our wide array of heating and cooling solutions are perfect for multi- or single story school buildings with large common areas and/or hallways, and buildings with repeating floor plans.
Please take a look at our case studies to see how ClimateMaster is finding solutions for higher educational facilities, students and administrators.
Officially opened in time to welcome students for the 2011 fall semester, Bowling Green State University’s (BGSU) newest residential communities, Centennial Hall and Falcon Heights, provide much more than housing for an additional 1,318 students. To incorporate the latest in sustainable building materials, a lot of time was spent examining overall energy performance and ease of installation across several HVAC system options. The engineering firm devoted a lot of effort to what could be procured, installed and running prior to students returning for the following year’s fall semester. “The deadline could not be missed,” said project manager David Madden.