LEED Gold was achieved on this admissions building, which has a porch covered with rocking chairs offering views across the campus. Primary building materials include brick, granite, wood, slate, and copper roofing, reflecting the houses on Cottage Row.
Bunker Hill Community College’s Health & Wellness Center achieved LEED Gold was achieved in part from use of battery powered, sensor operated flush valves, and lavatory faucets with ultra-low flow fixtures including 1.28 GPF water closets, 0.125 GPF urinals, 0.5 GPM lavatory faucets and automated wash fountain spouts and 1.5 GPM shower heads.
Yale University’s Stoeckel Hall achieves a LEED Gold rating. New fixtures, new ventilation strategies, the reuse of existing materials, and clever construction management strategies all contributed to the building’s rating.
A new facility with concert hall, storage theater, dance studios, ceramics, painting, sculpture, choral music, offices, and practice space. In July of 2009 the Rhodes Art Center was granted LEED Gold Certification.
This 42,000 square foot facility contains wet and dry labs, offices, classrooms, and public space. Construction included a Laser Lab, NMR Lab, Instrument Centers, a Fish Facility and Environmental rooms, geothermal heat pump, and solar geo hybrid system. The owner is committed to environmental sustainability but will decline to seek certification.
The new landmark theater complex incorporates sophisticated mechanical and acoustical systems. Green design includes an extensive geothermal well system and solar photovoltaic applications.
This project included new construction and tie-ins for academic building, which houses computer studies, mathematics, and humanities. LEED Silver certificate rating received.
This LEED Silver 41,300 sf three-story Varsity House and Stadium contains strength training, satellite training, and a meeting room for 130 people.
A new $53 million federal courthouse in Springfield, Massachusetts. Registration is in place to obtain a “certification” level of LEED accreditation.
This construction project in Amherst incorporated green technology without formal LEED certification. Work included spaces for all visual art disciplines including ceramics, sculpture, welding, painting, wood, metal, and offices with adjacent meeting areas.
Classrooms, offices and museum space designed to accommodate the latest in sustainable design without formal certification.
Sitework, interior and exterior renovations of historic buildings including recycling existing chestnut wood framing for use as new flooring in the adaptive reconstruction of historic Williston Hall as well as North and South dormitories. Owner’s policy was to use design as a tool to implement green technology.
An award-winning collaboration with Steven Holl Architects, M.I.T., Perry Dean Rogers Partners, and the sustainability consultant to incorporate U.S. Green Building Council standards into design and construction.