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Students ‘LEED’ McKimmon Center To Increased Sustainability
In a unique architecture course, students helped improve environmental sustainability at the McKimmon Conference and Training Center.
Campus Energy Data Powers Research
NC State researchers collaborated with the Facilities Division to use actual energy data from the university’s Centennial Campus.
Military Lessons: Sustainment and Sustainability
Brig. Gen. Allen Boyette, a double graduate in engineering who serves as NC State’s interim senior director for energy systems for facilities and maintenance, is active member of the North Carolina National Guard.
Reynolds Coliseum Achieves LEED Silver For Sustainability
NC State University’s recent renovation of its Reynolds Coliseum has earned national sustainability certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Reopened in September 2016 following a 16-month renovation, the building achieved […]
LED Upgrade Saves Energy, Improves Textiles Lab
During the academic year, the senior design lab of NC State’s Textile Engineering, Chemistry and Science program hums nearly round the clock with students collaborating and creating.
Until mid-March it also […]
Shaping the Future
Angkana Bode, an architect with Capital Project Management and chair of NC State’s Staff Senate, recognizes a collective effort in faculty and staff giving is monumental to shaping future progress at NC State University.
New Reclamation System Saves Water At NC State Energy Facility
As outdoor air temperatures creep higher, NC State will start saving about 500,000 gallons of water annually because of a new reclaimed water system at a campus utility plant.
Located on […]
Winter Break Energy Conservation Saves Nearly $300,000
While the Wolfpack enjoyed winter break, hundreds of NC State campus buildings collectively avoided $294,537 in energy costs through the university’s Winter Holiday Energy Saving Initiative.
Since 2004, NC State has […]
Nearly All Of NC State’s Harrelson Hall Recycled, Salvaged
Harrelson Hall is gone, but most of its contents and building materials live on due to NC State’s successful recycling and reuse efforts.
During the 2016 deconstruction of Harrelson Hall, the […]
Navy Engineer Is New AVC for Facilities
NC State alum Doug Morton, a longtime officer with the U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps, has been named associate vice chancellor for facilities. He arrives on campus Nov. 15.
Housekeeping Wins Green Award
University Housekeeping is recognized for its efforts in keeping NC State’s campus clean with green products, equipment and procedures.