New university rec center offers clear energy advantage

09/17/2010 | Daily News (Los Angeles)

A $53 million recreation center under construction at Cal State Northridge in the San Fernando Valley, Calif., features an all-glass east elevation that lets in natural light and is built to comply with LEED Gold environmental standards. Students working out on the gym equipment will create energy that will feed electricity back into the university's grid. The building has also won a design excellence award from the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

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