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LEED Certification Documents for Campus Buildings

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a building certification system run by the USGBC (US Green Building Council) that recognizes buildings with green construction, design, and operations. William & Mary’s commitment to sustainability is most evident through it’s construction of LEED certified buildings all across campus. So far, four buildings have been LEED certified: the Recreation Center in 2007, the Mason School of Business in 2010, the School of Education in 2011, and the Cohen Career Center in 2011. Below are the final LEED score cards for each building:

Cohen Career Center LEED Certification.pdf

School of Education LEED Certification.xlsx

Mason School of Business LEED Certification

Recreation Center LEED Certification.pdf

 

For more information on LEED certification, please take a look at this page: USGBC: What LEED Is