More stories about Projects

  • Madison Children's Museum

    An abundance of reused materials characterize the new LEED-certified museum in Madison, Wisc.

  • St. Elizabeth Hospital - Heart, Lung & Vascular Center

    Designed by HGA Architects and Engineers for Affinity Health System, the Lung & Vascular Pavilion at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisc., has achieved LEED Gold Certification.

  • Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center

    The 139,000-square-foot museum, home to one of the nation's largest collections of Civil War memorabilia, receives LEED Gold certification.

  • USGBC's Building Performance Partnership Opens Up

    The program is now open to all current whole-building LEED-certified commercial and residential projects and data submitted will inform future versions of LEED.

  • Tustin Centre Office Phase II

    Tustin Centre Office Phase II in Santa Ana, Calif., recently received Gold certification through LEED Core and Shell.

  • St. Bartholomew's Chapel

    In 2007, the Poomacha wildfire claimed St. Bartholomew’s chapel on the Rincon Reservation, Valley Center, Calif., leaving only the chapel’s bell tower intact. Part of the rebuild includes a 5.7-kw solar panel system on standing seam metal roofing.

  • Princeton Charter School

    To help combat space constraints, Princeton Charter School in Princeton, N.J., recently opened a new 17,000-square-foot campus center, a multi-use facility that houses a sports complex as well as music and art classrooms.

  • Women and Infants Hospital

    Designed by Anshen + Allen's Boston office, the new five-story South Pavilion at the Women and Infants Hospital in Providence, R.I., has received LEED Gold certification.

  • Taking the Lead In Government Relationships

    Lucia Athens, former manager of the City of Seattle Green Building Program, explains how architects and designers can foster relationships with their local governments to promote sustainable building.

  • Scaling Up

    Two industry leaders examine the barriers to district-wide sustainability and how eco-districts are creating developments where the grass--and homes, buildings, and infrastructure--are greener.