Considered to be cutting-edge in the United States, AGU’s sustainable building will feature a radiant cooling system that uses less energy than a traditional forced-air system. The system circulates chilled water through a network of pipes installed in the ceiling and will absorb heat energy transferred from lights, people and equipment throughout the building. Water is a much more efficient heat exchange source than air.
Roger Frechette, Managing Principal for Interface Engineering, shares more about the feature. Learn how it works here.