SUNY Cortland - While working for Stantec Architecture, Inc., Linda Q. D'Orazio was the project manager and designer for this $20,000,000 new residence hall, which opened in August 2013. The project incorporates sustainable design features such as photovoltaic solar roof panels, motion detection lighting, exterior solar shading devices, and plug-load metering for the power in the suites. To read more about the sustainable design features designed for this building go to the 2013 article entitled "Dragon Hall Opens with Smaller Carbon Pawprint."
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Home Renovation in Ardmore, Pennsylvania is Complete!
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