This project gained significant media coverage, as Governor Terry McAuliffe personally announced the completion, while participating in a ribbon cutting ceremony held at the University. “This project turns Clemons Library into a living laboratory, allowing students to see first-hand how green energy is changing the way we live and work. The lessons they’re learning will help grow the new Virginia economy for generations to come,” said McAuliffe. The 324-panel system covers over 7,500 SF and is estimated to produce almost 200,000 kWh annually, enough to power approximately 15 American homes and offset the equivalent of 93 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year. This project is a stunning example of the leadership of both Josh Horton and Everett Bradburn, who together, completed the project under budget and ahead of schedule.

PROJECT START:  October 2016
PROJECT SIZE:  
7,500 SF
PROJECT DURATION: 
 
4 months
CONTRACT VALUE:  
$1.12 million
CONTRACT TYPE:
 Lump Sum
PROJECT MANAGER:
Josh Horton
ESTIMATOR:
Doug Horn
SUPERINTENDENT:
Everett Bradburn
OWNER:
University of Virginia
CONTACT:
Zack Bracket, CAM, zbx5@virginia.edu
ENGINEER:
Wiss, Janey, Elstner Associates, Inc.
CONTACT:  
Michael Hebert, mhebert@wje.com

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