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Construction moves forward on bond improvements at Sylvania Campus
Photos and Story by Gina Whitehill-Baziuk
PCC’s Sylvania Campus’s Health Technology Building is rapidly changing with E6 (energy-efficiency and reduced water usage) construction projects underway on the south side of the facility. Under the guidance of general contractor Howard S. Wright, crews are installing a retaining wall around the new dehumidification units at the Health Technology Building.
Work on Sylvania’s G Street is taking place right next to the other energy efficient projects. The project is scheduled to be finished by the end of August. The completion of G Street will improve access to and from the campus for emergency vehicles, as well as evacuation from campus in emergency situations. The next energy-saving project scheduled this month is the modification of the Heating Hot Water loop, which will make the current system more efficient and reduce energy costs to the college.