Monthly Archives: October 2014

October 21, 2014, by Jeff Parker

Designing for Energy Efficiency

Achieving peak energy efficiency in building design rarely involves just one single “Silver Bullet.” Rather, it requires a number of interrelated strategies that together take full advantage of every opportunity to conserve energy. Featured recently in School Planning & Management magazine as a model of design for sustainability, the combined Coy Middle School/Trebein Elementary campus SHP […]

October 7, 2014, by Jim Messner

Innovative, Energy Efficient Systems Are A Smart Investment

How does a new school campus earn the largest energy rebate in the history of a major public utility? By adopting an integrated design approach along with an up-front commitment to invest in advanced energy-efficient systems that would pay off in the long term. When SHP was charged with designing a combined Coy Middle School/Trebein […]

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