Gallery: UC Davis’ Modern Student Health Center Targets LEED Gold

 

The U.C. Davis Student Health and Wellness Center is ensuring the university’s student body remains healthy while setting a green example. Designed by WRNS Studio, the new 77,000 square-foot center is a comprehensive facility focused on providing for primary care services, women’s health, specialty clinics, counseling services, and health promotion and education. The project is seeking LEED Gold certification, which exceeds the regent’s policy for green building design, and it will exceed California’s Stringent Title 24 standards by at least 25%.

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  1. becky kemery March 14, 2011 at 6:50 pm

    It’s great that UC Davis is promoting LEED certified “green building”. How sad, however, that they are at the same time removing a sustainability-based, 40 year student community to replace it with high-density student housing. It’s ignorant and short-sighted to think that 40 years of sustainable exploration, community development and permaculture land-scaping can easily be replaced. “Green” isn’t just the built environment!
    For more see: http://www.sacbee.com/2011/03/10/3463532/uc-davis-domes-days-numbered-as.html

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