Duke University Environment Hall

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Once a parking lot, the Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment is now a showcase building of sustainability, achieving LEED Platinum status. Among its green features TROX DID632 active chilled beams for air conditioning, a 4,000sf green roof, solar hot water and photovoltaic system and a 25,000-gallon rainwater-harvesting cistern for irrigation. 

Awarded the ENR Southeast "Best Green Project" in 2014.

Project Team

Owner: Duke University

Contractor: Lend Lease (US) Construction

Architect: Payette Associates

MEP Engineer: R.G. Vanderweil

Structural Engineer: Simpson Gumpert & Heger

Sustainability/Building Envelope Engineer: Arup

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