High school renovation will emphasize green features

Nov. 12, 2008
Central Bucks East High School in line for $35 million upgrade

The Central Bucks (Pa.) district is planning a $35 million renovation and expansion of Central Bucks East High School in Doylestown that will emphasize sustainable design strategies. The addition is expected to feature green technology, such as geothermal heating, a green roof, solar arrays, energy-efficient light fixtures, light-powered sinks and waterless urinals. Skylights and windows will be installed in the existing portion of the high school to admit more natural light into the building.

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