LEEDing the labs

03/2/2009 | ALN Magazine

The proper siting, form, opening locations and material can help achieve a balance between energy consumption and research needs in science labs and vivariums, says Jennifer Browne, a LEED-credentialed associate at Health, Education + Research Associates. She also advocates for specifying greater levels of thermal insulation, more efficient lighting and better HVAC equipment to accommodate reduced air changes per hour.

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