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Daylighting

As a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) building, one of our goals is to save energy. Daylighting is one method we are using. Daylighting is a means of using natural light for lighting the inside of a building. The architects planned the windows to let in maximum natural light but minimum heat and […]

May 28, 2010 · sschulte · One Comment
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Lights and more lights

The lights are being added. I have pictures that show them in the restroom on the edge of the ceiling. This makes it very light but doesn’t get into your eyes. They do show off how nice the tile looks! The second picture shows the lights that bring out the copper in the library. They […]

April 9, 2010 · sschulte · One Comment
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LED lights

If you can get over to the Eastern Avenue Branch Library tonight (3-31-10) you will be able to see the LED lights in action. They need a 12 hour time to burn in. After this, they will turn off when the library is closed to save energy and prevent night-sky lighting. LED parking lot light

March 31, 2010 · sschulte · 3 Comments
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