Research Laboratory By Tate Burns Architects LLC Is LEED-CI Platinum Certified

May 8th, 2013 | By | Category: Green Building

Tate Burns Architects LLC of Essex, Connecticut’s design for a 9,600 square foot Laboratory for Comparative Medicine at the Yale University School of Medicine received a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-Commercial Interiors LEED-CI Platinum rating from the US Green Building Council. This is the first renovation project at Yale to achieve a LEED-CI Platinum rating. The project located in the Brady Memorial Laboratory built in 1916 with additions in 1929 and 1971 continues a tradition of sustainable design by Tate Burns and Yale. In 2009, a 15,000 square foot lab renovation project in the same building, also by Tate Burns received a LEED-CI Gold rating.

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