Buildings and Energy

Creating Sustainable Spaces to Live, Work and Learn

Millersville University’s buildings are striking—ranging from ornate historic structures such as the Biemesderfer Executive Center to state-of-the-art facilities such as the Zero Energy Lombardo Welcome Center to the new suite-style housing. Throughout we seek to apply good planning and design procedures to create healthy, sustainable spaces within which to live, work and learn.

Zero Energy Lombardo Welcome Center

The Lombardo Welcome Center is designed to be Millersville's first Zero Energy Building. Now open, the building stands as a clear testament of Millersville’s commitment to sustainability and to the goal of pursuing carbon neutrality by 2040. 

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Campus Energy Dashboard

Millersville University tracks our building energy use very closely, which allows us to identify problems as they occur and to make informed decisions about where to invest in improving building energy efficiency. While much of this happens behind the scenes, we've created a Campus Energy Dashboard that allows faculty, staff, students and the public to see energy use real-time for some of our residence halls and classroom buildings.

Check out the Campus Energy Dashboard!

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