Heller Electric Company completed the electrical work for the 356,000 square-foot Frank W. Ballou High School complex. The total construction cost was $124 million. The main building will achieve a LEED-Platinum rating due to:
- High-efficiency heating and cooling systems
- Low-E glass coatings
- Rooftop solar panels that will generate power for purchase by the local electric utility
The complex which serves as a school also boasts an outpatient health clinic, 800-student adult education space, a full-service automotive shop, a collegiate-level completion swimming pool and a rehearsal/recording area for Ballou’s nationally recognized marching band. The complex also includes a new football stadium and other outdoor buildings that had to be integrated into a 16.4-acre hillside site.
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Heller Electric Company, Inc.
P O Box 237 Route 381, Brandywine, MD, 20613-0237
(301) 372-6816 | email@example.com