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Residence Halls

Quad 4th Floor
  • High efficiency lighting combined with occupancy sensors and daylight sensors to minimize electricity demand for lighting 
  • Exit lights are LED for energy efficiency
  • All showers and lavatory faucets have flow restricting aerators
  • All new windows are dual pane, thermal insulated
  • Roof is constructed from structural insulated panels, (SIP) which provide excellent insulation value along with a sealed air barrier
  • Old direct exhaust building air handling equipment was replaced with new energy recovery units
  • An old hot water heater with a large storage tank was replaced with an on-demand high efficiency unit

Hamlin Powers 4th Floor

  • High efficiency lighting combined with occupancy sensors and daylight sensors to minimize electricity demand for lighting 
  • Exit lights are LED for energy efficiency
  • Lights are ceiling and wall mounted energy efficient fluorescent
  • All paint and finishes are low VOC
  • All showers and lavatory faucets have flow restricting aerators
  • All new windows are dual pane, thermal insulated
  • Roof is constructed from structural insulated panels (SIPs) which provide an excellent insulations value along with a sealed air barrier
  • Direct exhaust building air handling equipment was replaced with energy recovery units
  • Replaced an old hot water heater with an high efficiency unit
  • Thermostats installed in all student rooms for individual control of a temperature for better occupant comfort

Moore House

  • Installation of new high efficiency natural gas boilers
  • The heating system is designed using Variable Air Volumes boxes which allow for efficient heating and cooling of individual rooms allowing for greater occupant comfort
  • Thermostats installed in all student rooms for individual control of temperature
  • High efficiency lighting combined with occupancy sensors and daylight sensors to minimize electricity demand for lighting 
  • All paint and finishes are high VOC
  • Replaced old single pane glass curtain wall panels with all new windows that are dual pane, thermal insulated
  • Added 2'' of rigid foam insulation on exterior of building to create a thermal break on exterior of building 
  • Salvaged stone facade from a deteriorated wall on another
  • Clarkson owned building to reduce the need for new construction materials
  • Replaced old direct exhaust air handling equipment with new energy recovery units

Woodstock Village #6

  • In floor radiant heat for each apartment for increased occupant comfort and energy efficiency
  • Installed energy efficient lights
  • Installed low flow toilets, sink, and showers
  • Eliminated 8 electric water heaters with an indirect unit that utilizes the natural gas boilers
  • Spray foamed all exterior wall cavities 3'' thick and then provided 2'' of rigid foam insulation on the exterior to provide a thermal break
  • Insulated doors to each apartment to reduce energy loss through cracks
  • New energy efficient appliances
  • Bought local for building supplies and used local contractors
  • All paint and finishes are low VOC
  • All windows are dual pane, thermal insulated