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  • McCollum Hall/ Harvard Business School

    Throughout McCollum Hall’s renovation, the project team analyzed and implemented available materials and practices that were sustainable. The project is in a dense urban area with many amenities within walking distance. A campus-wide irrigation audit identifies efficient fixtures to reduce the...

  • Biosquare Biomedical Laboratory Facility III

    BioSquare, Boston’s third state-of-the-art lab and research building, was awarded LEED for Core and Shell Certified status by the Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Green Building Council. The 176,000-square-foot (16350-m²), 8-story facility has incorporated an environmental-design program that involves a...

  • Manulife U.S. Headquarters

    Located in the heart of the emerging Seaport District, the Manulife Financial building is 14-stories high and 420,000 square feet (39018 m²).

  • Hamilton Hall/ Harvard Business School

    Originally constructed in 1926, Hamilton Hall began renovation in 2005 and now houses MBA students at Harvard Business School. The 48,000-squarefoot (4459-m²) dormitory earned LEED for New Construction Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, Washington, D.C.

  • Aldrich Hall/ Harvard Business School

    Aldrich Hall is a 102,825-square-foot (9552-m2) classroom for Harvard Business School’s MBA program. The building completed a three-phase gut renovation in September 2006, which provided the opportunity to green the building and led to a LEED for New Construction Silver certification from the...

  • Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center/ 34 Oak St.

    This 40,000-square-foot (3716-m2) building serves as a community center with support services, including a day-care center. It achieved LEED for Commercial Interiors Silver certification from the Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Green Building Council. Green attributes include energy and water savings...

  • Boston Children's Museum/ 300 Congress St.

    During its renovation and expansion, the Boston Children’s Museum used recycled and rapidly renewable materials, as well as added a green roof, storm-water-reclamation system, and real-time heating and cooling controls.

  • Third Sector New England/ 89 South St., Suite 700

    Third Sector New England, or TSNE, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting the Boston area’s nonprofit community.

  • One Beacon St.

    Set atop Beacon Hill, this 37-story office building focuses on environmentally sound initiatives to reduce operating costs while maintaining tenant comfort.

  • SBRA East Office Building/ 2 Seaport Lane

    The SBRA office received LEED for Commercial Interiors Silver certification from the Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Green Building Council in February 2007.