Lowell Judicial Center Will Be Model for Energy-Efficient Civil Buildings

30 May 2018 Tate
Lowell Judicial Center

The new Lowell Courthouse replaces outdated facilities with an energy efficient structure that is expected to receive a LEED-platinum rating. The facility, which has both courtroom space and offices, will minimize energy that comes from the utility grid, and has a chilled beam HVAC system, photo-voltaic panels, and a raised access floor provided by Tate.
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