Carnegie Mellon University

Hamburg Hall Phase II Project Auditorium

LEED NC 3.0 GOLD Certified August 4, 2016

Phase II of the Hamburg Hall renovation project has earned a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for its use of sustainable and energy-efficient materials and systems.

Phase II featured a new 150-seat auditorium-style classroom in the former parking lot between Smith and Hamburg halls and the transformation of Hamburg Hall 1000 into a grand entrance and lobby. The lobby connects to the new classroom that is modeled after Rashid Auditorium in the Hillman Center.

Phase II also included construction of an ADA-compliant entrance to Hamburg Hall from Forbes Avenue and an upgrade of existing infrastructure to meet current building codes.

The U.S. Green Building Council awards LEED status in four levels — platinum, gold, silver and certified — based on the number of points a project earns across several areas addressing sustainability issues.

More information about the Hamburg Hall Project;

CMU Piper Article

Mascaro website 

USGBC LEED Scorecard