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    Green Science in Salt Lake City

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    The massing and materials of the Meldrum Science Center complement the adjacent campus buildings.
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    Extensive bicycle parking was installed to serve the science center.
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    A colorful informational display near the atrium of the Meldrum Science Center.
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    Another educational display at the Meldrum Science Center.
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    Meldrum Science Center second-floor plan drawing.
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    Meldrum Science Center third-floor plan drawing.
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    Meldrum Science Center fourth-floor plan drawing.
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    Five interactive touchscreens provide real-time information about building performance.
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    Some light fixtures in the Meldrum Science Center are controlled by photocell sensors allowing the lights to dim or turn off when daylight is sufficient.
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    The western facade of the Meldrum Science Center faces a new campus courtyard.
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