Georgia Tech’s Engineered Biosystems Building features sustainable systems

Georgia Tech’s Engineered Biosystems Building features sustainable systems

McCarthy Building Companies Inc. took a phased approach in the mobilization of the construction work in that construction began midway through the preconstruction phase of the project.  Located in the labs and research spaces, one impressive sustainability feature of the building is 365 Trox active chilled beams.  Water collected on the site via condensate, rainwater and ground water removal is stored in two building cisterns. 

The recently completed 220,000-sq.ft., seven-story Engineered Biosystems Building (EBB) at Georgia Tech’s Georgia Institute of Technology features a veritable smorgasbord of sustainability, including roo

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