Towson University Daily Digest
Update on Campus Lighting Upgrades as part of the ESCO Project
TU has completed the $8 million project to increase the energy efficiency of lighting systems across campus. The Energy Services Contractor (ESCO) project will achieve a 10% reduction in annual campus carbon emissions and a $1 million annual reduction in energy cost savings with the installation of more than 34,000 new and retrofit light fixtures and 9,300 occupancy sensors in campus buildings.
The ESCO contractors are currently doing inspections and punch list items across campus.
To date, upgrades have been completed in the following buildings:
Glen Towers A, B, C and D
7800 York Road
Child Care Center
Center for the Arts
Towson Center and Burdick Hall were cancelled due to the Capital project.
For more information on the project, including a timeline of the upgrades, go to http://www.towson.edu/esco.
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Publish from: 10/2/2012 through 10/8/2012
Division: Administration and Finance
Distribution: Faculty/Staff and Students