Green Buildings-Environment at CMU - Carnegie Mellon University

Green Buildings

Since 2000, Carnegie Mellon has been following the USGBC guidelines for Silver or Gold ratings,  LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design).

LEED Registered Buildings (awaiting rating by USGBC); Scott Hall, Cohon University Center Addition, Hamerschalg Maker Wing, 4721 Fifth Avenue, Tepper Building and the Tata Consultancy Services Building.

The following Green Buildings are LEED certified:

Carnegie Mellon Cafe

Cafe

Robert Mehrabian Collaborative Innovation Center

CIC

GSIA West Entry Addition

GSIA

Gates Complex

Gates Building

Doherty Hall Phase II

Labs

GSIA First Floor

GSIA

Henderson House

Henderson

Porter Hall 100

porter hall 100

The Posner Center

posner

Stever House

Stever house

300 South Craig St

300

407 South Craig St

407

Hamburg Hall Auditorium

Hamburg Hall Auditorium

Doherty Hall Renovation MSE

Doherty Hall MSE Lab

Other Green Buildings

Robert L Preger Intelligent Workplace

IW

2005 Solar Decathlon House

Solar