Montana developing high-performance building standards for state projects

January 08, 2013

The Montana Department of Administration is developing a single building standard for all state facilities, and hopes to have a plan in place this spring. The state legislature directed the agency to adopt high-performance building standards in 2009, but the agency did not have the personnel to carry it out. With a consultant now in place, the initiative is moving forward. In a related development,student leaders at the University of Montana and Montana State University are urging officials to adopt high-performance building standards for campus facilities and to consider reinvesting any energy savings back into projects to achieve additional efficiency.

(http://helenair.com/news/local/montana-agency-closer-to-adopting-energy-saving-building-standards/article_68bd29b6-55cf-11e2-b4c0-0019bb2963f4.html)
 

(http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/montana/student-leaders-want-universal-energy-standards-on-montana-campuses/article_9b3cfe06-f26d-5eb9-b061-e67b6619192e.html)

 


 

         
 

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