New School U. Expands


(05/21/2010)
The New School University recently introduced a plan to build a $353 million, 365,000- square-foot LEED Gold university hub on its Greenwich Village campus.

ISU Expansion Awarded Platinum Certification


(02/24/2010)
AMES, Iowa — The King Pavilion addition to the Iowa State University College of Design was awarded LEED Platinum certification, marking the first higher education facility in the state to reach the pinnacle of the LEED system.

New Green Rating Added to Princeton Report


(09/03/2008)
The Princeton Review recognized more than 10 U.S. colleges and universities in its Green Rating Honor Roll as part of the green rating introduced with its latest survey.

$94 Million UCSF Building Aims for LEED Silver


(06/19/2008)
Construction of a new $94.5 million Institute for Regeneration Medicine Building at University of California, San Francisco, is scheduled to begin this summer.

New Facilities to Help Stanford Students Study Green Technologies


(06/19/2008)
A sustainable building at Stanford University will do more than lower energy costs: the facility will serve as a hub for researching sustainable building technologies and practices.

University Building’s Passive Design Earns LEED Silver Certification


(06/19/2008)
The passive design concepts at Kennesaw State University’s new social science building help the facility earn LEED Silver certification for its passive design.

Language Center Features First Geothermal Heat System for University


(12/18/2007)
The new Sandi Point Errant Language and Culture Center at the University of Chicago at Chicago was completed this fall and marks the first in a series of environmentally friendly improvement projects planned for the campus.

New Hampshire Students to Live in Environmentally Friendly Hall


(07/01/2007)
Plymouth State University is the first college campus in the state to have a LEED gold-certified residence hall.

Trane to Perform HVAC Upgrades at Southern California University


(05/14/2007)
Trane was awarded a $6 million contract to upgrade the HVAC systems at Loma Linda University to help the school increase energy efficiency and meet state regulations for sustainable building.

U. Va. Seeks Certification for Five Buildings


(01/24/2007)
School officials are making a commitment to have all new construction on campus qualify for LEED certification, and they currently have five projects that may do just that.