Improving Efficiency With Variable-Primary Flow

Improving Efficiency With Variable-Primary Flow

In 2007, a partnership was formed to renovate a decommissioned power station in Lansing, Mich., into Accident Fund Insurance Co.'s new world headquarters.

In 2007, a partnership was formed by the city of Lansing, Mich.; the state of Michigan; Accident Fund Insurance Co. of America and its parent company, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan; developer and construction manager The Christman Co.; Lansing Economic Development Corp.; and Lansing Board of Water & Light (LBWL) to renovate the decommissioned Ottawa Street Power Station in Lansing into Accident Fund's new world headquarters. The partnership required LBWL to construct a separate

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