This buildings will use innovative wood construction technologies that includes a structural system consisting of exposed heavy engineer timber and cross laminate timber (CLT) decking and shear walls.
Targeting LEED SILVER (v3) renovation of 1950's laboratory building
The Campus Center Renovation (targeting LEED Silver) offers a newly reconfigured, open cafe space for eating in or for "grab-n-go" that is a noteworthy example of sustainable design on campus.
Hampshire Dining Commons (LEED Gold Certified) is a great asset to UMass and contributes to the university's reputation for incredible cuisine. Not only does this building help to showcase delicious food, but it does so while also showcasing UMass's successful endeavors to make the campus one of the most sustainable.
The new basketball training facility is expected to open in Spring 2015 and is targeting a LEED Gold Certification.
This LEED GOLD (v3) certified project is a great new asset to the UMass football team
Green Cleaning program developed by Physical Plant Custodial Services for all academic and administrative facilities on the UMA campus
LEED GOLD (v2.2) certified UMass Police Facility
Sustainably designed and built Studio & Classroom Facility
Rain garden landscape redesign at Southwest Residential Complex
Apartment-style on campus student living
Target LEED GOLD (v3) certification for state-of-the art new classroom building
LEED GOLD (v3) registered cutting-edge laboratory research facility
LEED GOLD (v3) certified greenhouse research facility
State-of-the-art home for Chemistry and Life Sciences
A LEED silver mixed-use complex for living and learning.
LEED GOLD (v2.2) certified home of the Minutemen Marching Band