Molecular Medicine Research Building

1220 E Broad St.
Richmond
VA 23298

Molecular Medicine Research Building

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The building is LEED certified (formerly bronze.)
Key energy conservation features include:
• Water efficient fixtures that reduce water use by 20 percent compared with comparable buildings
• Energy recovery wheel in the air handling system that captures and re-uses heat energy that normally would be expelled into the environment
• Chilled beam air conditioning system, new to the United States, that mixes overhead conditioned air with existing room air to the appropriate temperature and humidity
• Green roof on the second floor terrace consists of vegetation that absorbs roof rain water, which normally would be sent to the city storm sewers via roof drains
• Environmentally friendly, low hydrocarbon construction materials, such as paint and carpeting

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