Three new buildings surrounding stadium will seek LEED Silver certification

Three new buildings surrounding stadium will seek LEED Silver certification

Author: Marissa Gebhard

Duncan Student Center, O’Neill Hall, and Corbett Family Hall — flanking the west, south and east sides of Notre Dame Stadium — were designed and constructed with the goal of seeking LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

With an approximate total of 800,000 square feet, Duncan Student Center, O’Neill Hall, and Corbett Family Hall were built to use less water, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and be resource efficient. At least 20 percent of all of the building materials contain post-consumer and pre-consumer recycled content, including structural steel and reinforcement, concrete, metal studs, insulation, aluminum window framing, gypsum wallboard, terrazzo, spray fireproofing and ceiling tiles. Additionally, more than 20 percent of the construction materials were harvested or manufactured regionally, within 500 miles of the construction site.…

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