Sustainability attracts students and fosters good design on college campuses
Herman Miller released a case study on why and how the sustainability movement is growing in popularity among college campuses across the nation. As a long devoted advocate to sustainability, Herman Miller says that sustainable design is simply a result of more knowledge and more resources which attract students and create the ideal testing grounds for colleges to build architecture with sustainability in mind.
In our work here at BCWH we consider both the people who will inhabit the buildings today and the future generations in our projects. BCWH has been at the forefront of incorporating responsible environmental and energy-efficient design strategies in all of our projects. Some of our recent LEED projects include:
- VCU School of the Arts, Dean’s Suite – LEED Silver Certified
- Univeristy of Richmond’s Heilman Dining Center – LEED Certified
- University of Richmond’s Robins Stadium – LEED Silver Certified
Check out the full article on Herman Miller’s website.