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New LEED Certifications

Blog / January 4, 2017 by Bruner/Cott

Lesley University’s Lunder Arts Center and the BU School of Law Tower and Renovation have achieved LEED certification!

The Lunder Arts Center was recently certified LEED Gold. Part of Lunder’s LEED success is its reuse of a brownfield site, excellent public transportation access, and dense urban location. The project also achieved notable energy savings despite the high ventilation requirements needed for art and studio spaces.

The Boston University School of Law project, completed in 2015, also achieved LEED Gold. Renovation of the historic Tower earned the project points for building re-use, and replacement of the inefficient 1960’s-era mechanical systems earned the project critical energy points.

Congratulations to both project teams!

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