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Sherrills Ford-Terrell Library LEED Certification
Leed Educational Video - Sherrils Ford-Terrell Library
Super Efficient HVAC system reduces the electricity
needed to maintain the building comfort level.
The system has multiple zones that can be controlled individually
to provide optimal comfort level of the space and the occupants
HVAC System
HVAC ductwork

Clerestory windows improve light quality without electric lights;
stepped lighting fixtures turn lights off when there is enough daylight.
Occupancy sensors reduce energy waste by turning
off lights in certain spaces when not in use.
Clerestory Windows
Lobby light

Brick used on the Library is produced locally
thus reducing transportation costs.
Bike provisions alsong with low emitted vehicle
parking encourage reduced use of carbon fuel.
Brick installation
Bike Rack

Fans can be adjested to provide optimum airflow regardless of facility size or occupancy level. Working solo or hand-in-hand with
HVAC systems, fans provide a 10°F (5.6°C) cooling effect and can also help distribbute conditioned air throughout the space. Buildings
utilize these energy-efficient fans to maintain occupant comfort with a higher AC set point, saving money without sacrficing comfort.
Large fans