BuildingGreen Showcases Gant Science Complex

BuildingGreen’s recent article titled “Mind the Gaps: Making Existing Buildings More Airtight” highlights the importance of transforming leaky buildings not only to eliminate common issues—like mold growth, lack of humidity control, uncomfortable temperatures—but also to reap significant fringe benefits—like reduced energy consumption, improved air quality, and reduced external noise. The renovation of the 1970s Gant Science Complex at the University of Connecticut, a collaborative effort between Goody Clancy and Mitchell | Giurgola Architects, is featured as an example project that includes building envelope remediation and improved insulation. We are excited to be part of this important dialogue!

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Read more about our work on the Gant Science Complex here.