Arizona State University has reopened its repaired and refurbished Memorial Union 10 months after fire nearly destroyed the structure, reports the East Valley Tribune. The $40-million project included not only a new fire alarm and detection system and sprinklers, a new stairway and some widened exits, but also features to make the building more sustainable. They include “ecosensors” that control the lights in every room based on how much natural light is present as well as the Engrained café ...
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