Environmental Design in New and Renovated Buildings at The University of Vermont
In accordance with the University of Vermont's "Environmental Design in New and Renovated Buildings" policy, which defines UVM's commitment to a high level of environmental sustainability in all new buildings and in major renovations to existing buildings, the Department of Facilities Design and Construction collaborates within the project team to achieve at a minimum, a score equivalent to LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver.
" The goal of this policy is to bring new and renovated University buildings to the forefront of environmentally sustainable design, construction, and operation, thereby supporting positive impacts on natural resources, enhancing occupant health and productivity."
Please use the following links to learn more about our LEED certified projects.
- 438 College Street
- Bertha M. Terrill Hall
- Dudley H. Davis Center
- James M. Jeffords Hall
- Student Residential Learning Complex
- The Courtyard at Given
- Colchester Research Facility
- Joseph E. Carrigan Wing
- Wing Davis Wilks Residential Complex
- Redstone Dining Hall
Upcoming LEED Projects:
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