This article is featured in the 2019 Winter Issue of District Energy Magazine
A classroom in KU's central plant offers new student learning opportunities.
The University of Kansas (KU) in Lawrence recently completed the largest development project it had undertaken in nearly a century. In the words of former Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little, the $350 million project not only improved but “transformed” the public research university, encompassing essentially “a decade’s worth of construction in about three years.” Hundreds of thousands of square feet of facilities in the campus’s 45-acre Central District were built to create a new hub of education and research.
Robynn Andracsek, PE, Associate Environmental Engineer, Burns & McDonnell
Phillip Ellsworth, PE, LEED AP, University Engineer, University of Kansas
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