The University of Central Florida (UCF) has committed to becoming climate neutral by the year 2050. Supporting that goal, UCF has focused on improving the energy efficiency of their campus buildings, implementing energy saving technologies, using cleaner energy and conserving natural resources.
Trevor Colbourn Hall (TCH) is a new 136,786 GSF, 3-story classroom and office building supporting more than 20 departments on UCF’s main campus. The building features over 300 offices and work spaces, 8 active learning classrooms and shell space for future fit-out.
UCF has committed to reducing the impacts that new buildings have on the environment, mandating that all new projects achieve LEED Gold certification. Using energy and water efficiency measures, sustainable site development and responsible material selection, TCH achieved LEED Gold certification.
EXP provided fundamental and enhanced commissioning in support of the LEED Gold effort, testing the energy and water using systems, including chilled water pumps, air handling and dedicated outside air units, chilled beams, variable terminal and fan coil units, the domestic hot water system and lighting controls.