We're proud of our building. From the intentionality behind it's green build, the sustatinability practices swill on display daily, to all the amazing events we host year round — our pride for all the Davis Center has accomplished and continues to accomplish makes it kind of easy for us to talk about it.  

Davis Center Photo Tour (2012)

Event Space Tour

From large-scale events to one-time meetings, we have a space for you. View our online gallery for ideas, then follow the step-by-step planning guide that best fits your group. If you have any questions, please contact us.

View Davis Center Event Photos
(Password: dcevents)

Green Tour

The Davis Center is committed to leaving the smallest environmental footprint possible. Our building was built to obtain Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification in green design. Therefore, every beam, window, or supply purchased during the construction process was cause for consideration.

You can easily peruse our environmentally friendly facts on the Environmental Stewardship page; or you could take a floor-by-floor stroll through our building and see how our building is helping the environment.

View Interactive Floor Plan (requires Flash Player)

Audio Tour

Start in the Sodexo Sustainability Gallery at the start of the tunnel on the first floor of the Davis Center, and explore the building's green elements on this self-guided narrated tour created by students in UVM professor Logan Brown's ENVS 195 class. 

ENVS 195, Energy & The Environment, is a course designed to survey the principles of energy use and introduce students to some of the tools and techniques of energy management. In this course, students explore the environmental consequences of our energy intensive society and look at practical solutions for reducing our energy footprint.

Begin to Audio Tour (MP3)

Corresponding — Audio Tour Maps (PDF)
(File is approx. 19 MB)

Davis Center Building at twilight

DC Brochure

The Davis Center brochure shows a day in the life of the building. From playing pool and hanging out with friends to special events, there is always something going on at 590 Main Street. If you would like a copy or copies of the brochure, feel free to contact us.

View the Brochure (PDF) ➝


Glass Artwork

Class Gifts

The Davis Center has been honored to be home to a number of class gifts:

  • 2010 - Primavera sculpture by Richard Erdman (Class of 1975)

  • 2009 - Oval Landscape - Daniel Lim (Class of 2009)
    Senior Capstone Project - Environmental Studies

  • 2008 - Emergence  - Glass Sculpture by Ethan Bond Watts (Class of 2009)

  • 2007 - Salt Water Fish Tank in the Stutt Family Recreation and Games Room

  • 2006 - Senior Class Clock by Conant Custom Brass (Steve Conant Class of 1978)


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