Newly-renovated Tucker Hall at Florida A&M has an eco-friendly touch with sensor lights, low energy tiles and windows and vinyl flooring.
Tucker Hall gets an eco-friendly makeover
Author: Alaura Carter
Published: October 26,2010
"All these new upgrades came because of a push from the staff at Plant Facilities and Planning as well as the FAMU Environment and Sustainability Council, which created a list of accepted standard building products.
'At Tucker Hall, I served as the project manager, and was able to make sure that the efforts to make the building as energy efficient and maximize the use of green products during design and construction while providing the students the best environment possible, both indoors and outdoors,' Smith said."