Holy Wisdom
Holy Wisdom Monastery
In 2009, H & H Industries was chosen to be a part of the construction of the Holy Wisdom Monastery in Middleton, WI. This project earned 63 of a possible 69 points for Platinum LEED certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. This record breaking achievement made Holy Wisdom Monastery the highest scoring LEED certified building in the United States. The heart of the heating, cooling and ventilation system at Holy Wisdom is a new “multi-stack” heat pump and chiller. At the time of installation it was the only combination heat pump/chiller of its kind in existence. Hidden beneath the main parking lot are 39 geothermal wells which regulate the temperature of the air before it is piped underground to the main cathedral and monastery.

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The Leopold Center
The Leopold Center in Baraboo, WI was worked on by H & H Industries in 2006. This non-profit organization’s primary focus is wilderness conservation and the Leopold Center serves as the foundation’s headquarters and primary information center. To meet the foundation’s goals, H & H Industries installed 720 feet of “earth tubing” and a geothermal heat pump system with radiant heating and cooling. The in-floor heating and cooling system, as well as the building’s roof-mounted solar array, contributes greatly to the building’s ability to operate with net-zero energy usage.

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Resilience Research Center
H & H Industries was recently featured in an article about the Resilience Research Center in Madison, WI. On this project, H & H Industries aims to set another standard for the highest rated LEED Platinum Certified building in the world. “The Resilience Research Center is a building designed to house a year-round middle school and much more — an urban farm, a café, a neighborhood center, office space and small businesses.”