High-efficiency systems help Maine hospital get LEED Gold

05/13/2013 | Morning Sentinel (Waterville, Maine)

Energy-efficient features such as a white roof, low-flow water technology and high-efficiency lighting, heating and cooling systems are expected to slash utility costs by half at a new hospital in Augusta, Maine. Hospital officials aimed for the LEED Silver certification, but instead will receive the Gold designation, the project manager said. The hospital is set to open in November.

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