All new buildings are designed to achieve LEED Gold standards. The 4 LEED Gold buildings feature:
Our Facilities Master Plan outlines how Seattle University integrates sustainable design principles into our buildings and grounds. Learn more.
Solar panels, green roof, and a rainwater cistern mark our first LEED-Gold building, built in 2009. Annual carbon offset purchases make this building carbon neutral.
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Renovating a warehouse, Energy Star rated office equipment, GreenGuard Certified furniture, and reused furniture are the hallmarks of this LEED Gold building.
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A raingarden, a chilled beam that cools the computer lab, and a raised floor suppling warm air near occupants’ feet are the highlights of the LEED Gold library addition.
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Windows with a view, parking for 50 bikes, and 30% more outdoor air ventilation are the green features of our fourth LEED-Gold building.
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Commuter showers and locker room and an innovation credit for building a facility that composts C-Street’s food waste mark this 2002 LEED-Certified building.
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Two renovated homes achieved a Built Green 3 Star rating for renewable and salvaged building materials, water and energy efficient appliances, and low VOC paint.
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