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Balancing energy performance and Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) performance has become a conventional tradeoff in sustainable building design. In recognition of the impact IEQ performance has on the occupants of

Balancing energy performance and Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) performance has become a conventional tradeoff in sustainable building design. In recognition of the impact IEQ performance has on the occupants of educational facilities, universities are increasingly interested in tracking the performance of their buildings. This paper highlights and quantifies several key factors that affect the occupant satisfaction of higher education facilities by comparing building performance of two campuses located in two different countries and environments.

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    Asmar, M. E., Chokor, A., & Srour, I. (2014). Are Building Occupants Satisfied with Indoor Environmental Quality of Higher Education Facilities? Energy Procedia, 50, 751-760. doi:10.1016/j.egypro.2014.06.093

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