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Green Buildings

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Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) is an internationally recognized green building certification system.  It provides third-party verification that a building was designed and built with consideration given to energy savings, water efficiency, greenhouse gas emissions reduction, stewardship of resources and improved indoor environmental quality.  Salisbury University's (LEED) recognized facilities include:

  • Nanticoke Hall - LEED Gold
  • Manokin Hall - LEED Gold
  • Pocomoke Hall - LEED Gold
  • Wicomico Hall - LEED Gold
  • Academic Commons - LEED Gold
  • Perdue Hall - LEED Gold
  • Sea Gull Square - LEED Silver
  • Choptank Hall - LEED Silver
  • Chester Hall - LEED Silver
  • Conway Hall - LEED Silver
  • Sea Gull Stadium - LEED Silver
  • Wayne Street Parking Garage - LEED Honorable Mention

(Follow this external link to learn more about LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.)

 

 

Green Building Highlight: The Academic Commons Green Roof

Aerial photograph of the Academic Commons

CLICK TO VIEW AN AERIAL VIDEO

The roof is composed of both a light-colored reflective membrane as well as areas of vegetation. The vegetated "green roof" contains over six species of native sedum, increasing storm water management as well as a providing a habitat for the local wildlife.  The roof is frequented by the University's resident honey bee population. The overall "heat island" effect is decreased because less heat is absorbed on site due to the combination of the vegetated roof, reflective roofing materials, and the reduced area of site hardscape. (Follow this external link for more information about green roofs from Green Roofs for Healthy Cities.) 


 


 

 SU Sustainability logo with green maple leafSU Green fund logo

 

Do you have an idea to create a more sustainable and eco-friendly campus?  Present your vision to the Green Fund.

 

Visit the Green Fund's website

 

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