Adult education center in West Virginia utilizes energy-efficient windows and doors

February 01, 2010 |

The Erma Byrd center

The Erma Byrd Center for Public Higher Education in Beaver, W. Va., provides adult students with college courses from six West Virginia colleges and universities. The facility also provides students with a daily course in sustainable design through its many green features, including natural light. To allow the light in, local general contractor Walbridge Aldinger and installer Cabell Glass of Huntington, W. Va., specified YCW 750 curtain wall, YES 45TU storefront, and YKK AP wide stile doors.

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