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Last week, the General Services Administration broke ground on a modernization of the Byron G. Rogers Federal Office Building in Denver.

Funded by nearly $140 million from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, this deep energy retrofit will transform the historic 1960s structure into a high-performing green building that cuts energy use by 70 percent.

The project is on track to become one of the most energy-efficient office buildings in the U.S. The Byron Rogers building is the next milestone project under RMI’s recently launched RetroFit initiative.

“Like the program we helped develop for the Empire State Building, this project will be set apart by the integrative, whole-building design approach that recognizes the interrelationships of building systems and attributes,” said Nicole LeClaire, P.E., senior consultant with RMI’s buildings practice.

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