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Loyola Science Center Meets LEED Gold Standard

Loyola Science Center Meets LEED Gold Standard

The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, gold standard is reserved for significantly “green” projects that meet or exceed requirements for the second-highest certification level on the U.S. Green Building Council’s four-level scale. The University’s 200,000-square-foot Loyola Science Center earned LEED gold status, which is globally recognized as the premier mark of achievement in green building, a concept to which the University has long been committed. 

The center also was recognized for having a LEED accredited professional on the project-development team and for niceties such as bicycle storage.

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