Queens Green Building At A Glance:
- The new D’Angelo Center and the classrooms in St.
John's Hall incorporate district cooling, advanced lighting systems
and controls, demand control ventilation, displacement HVAC and
other sustainable features and practices.
- St. Vincent Residence Hall incorporates valance
system heating and cooling.
- Most buildings have been upgraded with digital
control of mechanical systems.
- Site lighting and parking garages have been upgraded with
energy efficient lighting. Roadway and parking lot lighting has
been upgraded with LED.
- All buildings (2 million square feet) have been retrofitted
with fluorescent lighting upgrades and occupancy controls.
- Most of all roofing systems incorporate reflective coatings
- Storm water retention design has been incorporated into the
north east part of campus
- Most science laboratories have been upgraded with high
performance fume hoods kits
- Landscaping groundscare is transitioning to organics soils
- Residence Village (2300 beds) incorporate high efficiency
lighting, district cooling, water conservation fixtures and
laundries, and web-based Dashboard energy monitoring