Loyola University's new facility has green mechanical systems just as innovative as its library services.

Chicago’s Hill Mechanical Group prepared sections measuring 30 feet by 8 feet with about 300 feet of PEX laced around the rebar for each. In all, there were approximately 80 panels per story. But it helps to think of the building as being constructed upside down: These panels form the ceiling and not the floor.

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