University Crossing Building 4

Sustainable Engineering Group provided LEED Core and Shell commissioning for Building 4 of the University Crossing redevelopment project. Mechanical sustainability features of the project include energy recovery ventilation, a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) heating and cooling system coupled to a geothermal field, and natural daylight harvesting. Other sustainable features include utilizing rainwater reclamation for toilet flushing, high efficient LED interior and exterior lighting, indigenous landscape, and occupancy-controlled lighting in common areas. In addition, SEG provided LEED Commercial Interior commissioning services for two 9,000 SF office suites within the building. These spaces include daylight and occupancy controls for lighting, and one space utilizes demand-controlled ventilation based on occupancy and carbon dioxide sensors.


Client: Krupp General Contractors
Location: Madison, WI
Square Footage: 65,000
Year Built: 2013
LEED Status: LEED v3 Core and Shell Platinum