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Duthie Center for Engineering

The University of Louisville (UofL) is committed to creating a sustainable and environmentally friendly campus. When a-60-year old building no longer met the Speed School of Engineering’s needs, the University opted to recycle the outdated facility into a new green facility, today known as the Duthie Center for Engineering. The University challenged the design team to pursue the University’s first LEED-NC certification for a renovation project, setting a target of Silver level certification. The renovation exceeded that level by 12 points to earn a Gold level certification.

Download more information about the LEED Gold Rating granted by the U.S. Green Building Council (PDF).

View photo gallery of the Duthie Center for Engineering.


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