SyracuseCoE’s iconic $41-million R&D facility is a testbed for environmental and energy technologies and building innovations. This LEED™-Platinum building has both laboratory and office space for research and business collaborations on innovative products and services in SyracuseCoE’s core focus areas of clean and renewable energy, indoor environmental quality, and water resources. Read the original LEED Scorecard.
The building was constructed in 2010 adjacent to other CNY innovation assets and University Hill in downtown Syracuse. The facility has earned international recognition for its Willis H. Carrier Total Indoor Environmental Quality (TIEQ) Laboratory, which has been used for ground-breaking research such as the 2014 study measuring the impact of indoor environmental quality on the cognitive function of office workers.
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