Milstein Hall

LEED Gold rating, achieving 40 out of 69 possible points...

Milstein Hall windows(Robert Barker/University Photography)
Milstein Hall windows(Robert Barker/University Photography)

The sustainable design goals for Milstein Hall were met through the use of good design practice to provide a healthy and comfortable environment for the building occupants. Read the final USGBC review report (pdf).

LEED Gold mark

How is "Green” measured?

A point system (maximum of 69) is used.

USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council) awards points in 5 main categories:

  • Sustainable Sites
  • Water Efficiency
  • Energy/Atmosphere
  • Materials / Resources
  • Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)

A project can earn additional points for innovative approaches and by having a LEED accredited professional part of the project Team. What are the Possible Ratings?

  • Certified: 26 - 32 points
  • Silver: 33 - 38 points
  • Gold: 39 - 51 points
  • Platinum: 52 - 69 points

How Does the Milstein Hall Stack Up?

CategoryPossible Pts  Targeted Pts
Milstein Hall earned 40 out of 69 possible points   69 40
 
Sustainable Sites 14 8
Water Efficiency 5 4
Energy / Atmosphere 17 9
Materials / Resources 13 5
Indoor Environmental Quality 15 9
Innovation & Design 5 4
Accredited Professional 1 1

Project Highlights

  • Milstein Hall features over 24,000 gross square feet of green roofing.
  • Workers recycled over 50% of the waste generated during construction.
  • Milstein Hall and Sustainability

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