Oakland University Human Health Building
Completed in 2012, the 172,000-square-foot Human Health Building houses the School of Nursing and the School of Health Sciences. The $64.4 million facility features an interactive media center, physical therapy clinics, computer, simulation, and distance learning labs.
The Human Health Building has an environmentally friendly design and boasts 256 geothermal wells to boost energy efficiency, making it the largest variable refrigerant heat pump system in the U.S. to date. This cutting-edge building uses solar panels that provide cooling, humidity control, and heating water supplies. The Intentio Innovations team modeled and coordinated the variable refrigerant system.