Enabling urban metropolitan environments to utilize geo-based solutions is key to reducing peak energy demands and strain on the electrical grid. No where is this being demonstrated more successfully than in the Brady Arts District of Tulsa, OK, where a reclaimed brownfield area has been transformed into an award winning park adjacent to museums and an art college.

Design engineer Justin Rouche, P.E. discusses his approach to designing what is currently the world’s largest Rygan-based geo well-field along with performance results in the January, 2016 edition of “Geo Outlook.”


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