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LEED Buildings on Campus

By April 17, 2023No Comments

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a rating system used for green buildings and is overseen by the United States Green Building Council. LEED certification provides third-party verification that human health, environmental responsibility, and other performance goals of building projects have been achieved. LEED certified buildings make a public statement about commitment to sustainability. As USGBC puts it, “LEED certification is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement and leadership.”

For more information on Auburn’s initiatives, view Facilities Management’s April 2023 Construction Update.

Image reads: "800,000 Square Feet of LEED space on campus". Recently completed buildings in review process are: Academic Classroom and Laboratory Complex, Central Dining Commons, Woltosz Football Performance Center, Tony & Libba Rane Culinary Science Center. Upcoming projects in review process are: College of Education Building, STEM + Agricultural Sciences Complex. LEED Gold buildings are: Jay and Susie Gouge Performing Arts Center, Gorrie Center, Auburn Research Technology Foundation Building. LEED Silver buildings are: Soccer and Track Facility, Aquatic Resource Center Administration Building, Information Technology Building, Center for Advanced Science, Innovation and Commerce (CASIC), Brown-Kopel Engineering Student Achievement Center. LEED Certified buildings are: Bailey Small Animal Teaching Hospital, Veterinary Education Center, Advanced Structural Engineering Laboratory.

Auburn University’s LEED Certifications, highlighted in Facilities Management’s April 2023 Construction Update.


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SDG3 Good Health and Well-beingSDG11 Sustainable Cities and Communities

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