Green Building Case Studies
This page allows users to navigate between the details of green building case studies conducted with various institutions. These cases will serve as a resource for colleges and universities interested in starting their own green building projects. Site visitors can also communicate with the project teams who managed these projects.
In addition to the case study pages, visitors can access portions of audio recordings captured during the Green Building Case Study Interviews where facility managers, design and construction teams offer advice and encouragement based on their experience during the green building process on their campuses.
Spelman College is one of the first Historically Black College or Universities (HBCUs) to build a LEED® Silver Certified residential facility on its campus. The Suites residence hall represents Spelman's growing commitment to institutional sustainability.Read More
The College of Menominee Nation
East Los Angeles College
East Los Angeles College (ELAC) is one of nine public institutions of the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD). The solar farm at ELAC is a major component in the sustained effort to take all nine of its colleges "off the grid."Read More
Richland College is located on approximately 243 acres of former farmland adjacent to the cities of Richardson and Garland. Sabine Hall demonstrates Richland College's growing leadership in campus sustainability.Read More