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Engineering Sustainability for the Cincinnati Museum Center

The engineering class finalized and presented their proposals for making the Cincinnati Museum Center more sustainable in the areas of traffic and access improvements, replacement of the I-75 bridge at the Ezzard Charles intersection, environmental education, applications of renewable energy to the CMC building, parking structure with a green roof, and urban farm. This course was led by Dr. Richard Miller of the College of Engineering and Professor Frank Russell of the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning.

Posters
Urban Agriculture at the Cincinnati Museum Center
Ezzard Charles Replacement Bridge Project poster 1
Ezzard Charles Replacement Bridge Project poster 2
Cincinnati Museum Center Alternative Energy Feasibility: Geothermal
Cincinnati Museum Center Alternative Energy Feasibility: Natural Lighting
Environmental Education at the Cincinnati Museum Center
Underground Parking Structure at the Cincinnati Museum Center poster 1
Underground Parking Structure at the Cincinnati Museum Center poster 2
Stormwater Runoff Reduction
Cincinnati Museum Center Access Improvement




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