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Jarman Hall is LEED Gold Certified

Design features incorporated into the facility include:

  • Water efficient fixtures reduce water consumption by more than 30 percent saving the university 37,000 gallons of water annually
  • More than 95 percent of the existing walls, floors and roof, and 50 percent of the interior non-structural elements were retained
  • Renovation waste management resulted in the diversion of 89 percent of waste from the landfill
  • Carpeting throughout the building meets the standards of the Carpet and Rug Institute's Green Label Plus Program
  • Biomass utilized in the campus' central heating plant provides more than 22 percent of the building's energy
  • Landscaping consists of native plants to minimize the use of potable water for irrigation