For the last several years, the Midwest has experienced record heat levels during the summer and fall. With some K-12 academic calendars in Ohio starting in August and ending as late as June, many school districts in the area struggle to keep their buildings properly cooled for students. In some cases, they are forced to shut down due to the excessive heat.
Late last year, we worked with Stow-Munroe Falls City Schools in northeast Ohio to design and implement a cost-effective and energy efficient solution that adds cooling to six of their academic buildings, improving the environment inside and outside the classroom for the next 20 years.
See the full press release here!