The combustion-free geo-exchange heating and cooling for the College’s buildings relies on using the earth to store heat extracted from campus buildings for summer cooling to be stored in deep wells. The well field is primarily in the Parrish lawn and it is divided into seven zones, with the seventh zone underneath the Ben West parking lot. The wells will be drilled in phases that consider both the anticipated thermal storage requirement commensurate with the phased tie-in of campus buildings and the economics of mobilizing deep drilling equipment. The wells are proposed to be 600 feet deep and there could be up to 900 wells, depending on growth, or not, of the campus building square footage over time and the implementation of energy efficiency measures in campus buildings. Once the wells are installed, the soil and grass cover will be reestablished, and the geo-exchange well field under Parrish Lawn will not be visible. The baseball outfield is on top of the geothermal well field for PPR Apartments.