How do you build a new facility in an environmentally sustainable and fiscally responsible way? An energy efficient building design is key. Woodridge Park District reached out to SEDAC for help in making their Athletic Recreation Center more energy efficient to reduce operating costs. Energy cost savings from the implemented measures are saving the Park District $40,000 a year.
“In all our buildings, we consistently look for energy efficiency. We are always open to any green initiatives that have a good return on investment, especially if those initiatives can be subsidized through grants,” explains Mike Adams, Woodridge Park District Executive Director.
Read the Woodridge Park District Case Study to explore how SEDAC helped the district achieve its goals.