When the Larimer County Courthouse Offices building in Ft. Collins, Colo., was originally designed, it was open during regular business hours. As needs of the rapidly growing region changed, three large conference rooms on the first floor of the building were converted to community rooms, where citizens could attend evening meetings. But the new hours of operation created new challenges. The four rooftop units – used to provide a comfortable workplace during the day – had to ...

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