LEED Rating System: LEED-CI

LEED Rating: CERTIFIED

Date Completed: October, 2001

The Landmark Center project, completed in the fall of 2001, is a 42,000 build-out of the 4th floor of the historic Landmark Center in Boston. The floor is occupied by the Department of Environmental Science and Engineering (ESE) of the Harvard School of Public Health. The space consists of offices, dry laboratories and classrooms for faculty and graduate students. Sustainable features include a DALI lighting system, recycled demountable walls, displacement ventilation, system furniture, and carpet tile.

The project was a pilot for LEED for Commercial Interiors and achieved basic certification.

See the Brochure on Landmark Center on the US Green Building Council website.

Project Highlights:

  • Harvard’s first LEED building
  • DALI lighting system for occupancy control – first use of this system in North America
  • 20% reduction in water use

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