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The exterior of the Monroe County Community College's new Life Sciences building.

Michigan college retrofits half-century old architecture with today’s geothermal systems

Monroe County Community College officials recently lauded the college’s switchover from an outdated, conventional HVAC system to a much more energy-efficient and sustainable geothermal-based system in five campus buildings

MONROE, MICH. — Monroe County Community College (MCCC) officials recently lauded the college’s switchover from an outdated, conventional HVAC system to a much more energy-efficient and sustainable geothermal-based system in five campus buildings totaling approximately 200,000-sq. ft. The geothermal system is all systems go in the Audrey M. Warrick Student Services/Administration Building, Life Sciences Building, Campbell Learning Resources Center and East and West Technology

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