Glick Center will be 1st building with geothermal heating

Ball State University signed a contract with J&T Systems, Inc. to install a heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system at the new Glick Center for Glass. The HVAC system will adapt to the geothermal system installed in the building.

The Glick Center for Glass will be the first building on campus to use the geothermal system, when it opens in Fall 2010.

J&T Systems headquartered in Muncie since 1996, provides engineering and installation of automation systems statewide. J&T Systems specializes in building automation systems integration and providing documentation services to ensure compliance of applicable codes and regulating agencies.


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