Properly conditioned environments can improve student performance, decrease absenteeism, and promote a positive learning experience. Our goal for all K-12 Schools projects is to provide systems that create environments suitable to meet today’s needs, yet are agile enough to respond to ever-changing educational paradigms. Focusing on student and teacher comfort, systems are designed to provide independent temperature control, and occupant set-point adjustment and override capabilities to allow staff the flexibility to operate the systems to meet their individual classroom needs.
As lighting technologies have advanced and classroom technology needs have changed, so has our approach to classroom lighting design. Multi-level switching, dimming and daylight harvesting have all been applied to provide optimal lighting control to support the varied activities occurring in classrooms.
Balancing occupant comfort and control, we also strive to provide systems which are efficient, and easily maintainable and serviceable. Working with operations and maintenance staff, we present system and equipment options, and provide insight and data to help in selecting the right system for the desired results within budget requirements.
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