Geothermal system coming to SUNY Oswego

Aug. 1, 2011
System will provide heating and cooling for several science facilities on campus

From Cannon Design: Construction has begun at State University New York Oswego on a geothermal energy system that will provide power to science and engineering facilities on campus. The project is part of an overhaul of science space that includes the renovation of 70,000 square feet of Piez Hall, demolition of Snygg Hall and construction of a 155,000-square-foot expansion. The new building will have classrooms, teaching and research laboratories, and interaction spaces for the college’s biology, chemistry, earth sciences, mathematics, physics, computer science and electrical engineering departments.

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