Secondary Windows Help Lead the Way to LEED Certification

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Starting in 2019, Romney Hall—a 66,000 sq. ft., 100-year-old building on the Montana State University (MSU) campus in Bozeman, Mont.—underwent extensive renovations, including increasing the whole-building energy performance in pursuit of LEED certification.

In an effort to maintain the aesthetically pleasing and historically important appearance of the building’s façade, MSU turned to commercial secondary windows to easily and more cost-effectively increase the building's energy efficiency and occupant comfort in a variety of ways, including by reducing thermal transfer, outside noise, drafts and glare.

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