Buzz About New University of Arizona Building

UANews posted an article about the 150,000 square-foot Environment and Natural Resources 2 (ENR2) building which is gaining a lot of attention on campus. It is planned to be the “greenest” building on campus. This building features a number of offices, meeting rooms and lab spaces, green roof research areas for planting by faculty and students, shaded outdoor meeting spaces, a small auditorium for about 100-150 people and a large 600-seat auditorium. The buildings green advancements include a cutting-edge chilled-beam air conditioning system, a 52,000-gallon water harvesting tank, and ample windows throughout for natural light, and the solar panel supporting roof. The building will serve as the new home of the UA’s Institute of the Environment, the School of Geography and Development, and the School of Natural Resources and the Environment, which are currently located in separate areas of campus. This will help foster collaboration within the science community. This project is projected to be complete in the summer of 2015.

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