Anthony Hall-Advancing Energy Efficiency
MSU has been consistently innovative in responding to the need for energy conservation, environmental stewardship, and sustainability. Anthony Hall will be the first building at MSU to undergo a complete upgrade process.
January 10, 2013
Michigan State University (MSU) has long been committed to energy conservation, environmental stewardship and sustainability. With 5,200 acres of contiguous campus, 2,100 acres developed for the main campus and more than 550 buildings, the challenge to maintain and operate the mechanical systems is enormous, and MSU has been consistently innovative in responding to the challenge. Anthony Hall will be the first building at MSU to undergo this complete upgrade process, setting the blueprint for future energy efficiency improvements in MSU’s aging building portfolio. Read more....