Commercial, Energy Efficiency - January 13, 2020
Hall of Fame Ohio campus gets funding for energy efficiency boost
A multi-use sports, entertainment and media center for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s campus in Canton, Ohio, will be undergoing a multimillion-dollar energy efficiency redesign through Constellation’s Efficiency Made Easy program.
The funding will cover the implementation of the efficiency projects and finance construction of the Constellation Center for Excellence, the next phase of development of the Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village. The sports center will not have any upfront capital expense while installing the energy efficiency technology and systems.
“We look forward to applying the EME flexible financing solution to energy conservation opportunities that will decrease our energy costs while positively impacting our environmental footprint,” Mike Crawford, CEO of HOFV, said in a statement. “Additionally, this financing enables us to finalize the design and commence construction of the Constellation Center for Excellence, which will create a best-in-class office, medical and retail asset that offers wellness, discovery and sport-focused programming to the community.”
The new mixed-use development will include 75,000 square-feet of office and retail space centered around sports research and player development and wellness.
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