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Oakes Hall Wins ASHRAE Award

Oakes Hall at Vermont Law School



Vol. 9, No. 5) won a second-place award in the 2000 ASHRAE Technology Award competition (Institutional Buildings – New category). The award was shared by systems consultant Marc Rosenbaum, P.E. of Energysmiths in Meriden, New Hampshire, and the building’s mechanical engineers Kohler & Lewis of Keene, New Hampshire. The 23,500 ft2 (2,200 m2) building, occupied for two years now, uses approximately an eighth the thermal energy and one-half the electricity of a typical university building in the Northeast. Oakes Hall was designed by Truex, Cullins and Partners of Burlington, Vermont.

Published January 1, 2001

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