Designers Shoot for Carbon Neutral: Case Study

YALE UNIVERSITY CHEMISTRY LAB CASE STUDY

ROI calculations for this LEED Gold building predicted a payback on Dynamic V8s of under two (2) years.

KEY PARAMETERS
• Type of Facility – Existing Building (EB)
• Function – Higher Education
• Area – 4 stories, 300,000 sf
• Project Completion – 2014

In need of remodeling, the building that houses the Sterling Chemistry Laboratory and Kline Chemistry Laboratory at Yale University was considered a cutting-edge design when it was built in 1923, incorporating a flexible, factorylike interior core with a state-of-the art natural ventilation system enclosed within a ring of gothic-revival building elements.

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