Michigan State Capitol Central Utility Plant

Lansing, MI
Michigan State Capitol Central Utility Plant

A focal element of the Michigan State Capitol Infrastructure Upgrades project is the design of a new 10,000sf below-grade central utility plant that provides year-round heating and cooling to the Capitol building and Heritage Hall through carbon-free geothermal energy. Resilient and energy-efficient MEP system solutions provide significant life-cycle savings and allow the historic Michigan State Capitol to flourish for years to come.

Project Highlights
Project Type:

Infrastructure + Utilities

Landmark

State

Scope:

10,000 sf

New Construction

Services:

MEP Engineering

Client/Owner:

Michigan State Capitol Commission

Architect/Designer:

EYP Architecture & Engineering

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Photo Credit(s): Ike Lea
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