Redeker Center was built in 1965 and renovated in 2001. It is 68,066 square feet and houses a dining center and offices.
This building is heated with steam and cooled with both well water and a steam absorption chiller.
The goal of the University is to decrease energy consumption in all buildings on campus. Each individual plays a part in this by reducing their energy use and every little bit helps.
The University as a whole has been working towards educating the university community about energy-conscious actions and techniques to establish responsible lifelong behaviors.
There are many ways you can help to save energy, visit the Energy Conservation Tips for some ideas!
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