Gold LEED® Certification for Leibman Science Center

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The Liebman Science Center has received the Gold LEED® Certification. What does it mean to LEED certified? LEED®, which stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is a certification program focused primarily on new, commercial-building projects, and based upon a points system. Most importantly, a LEED® certification recognizes the effort to make a facility more sustainable, as well as offers the opportunity for potential cost savings over time. LEED® is the preeminent program for the design, construction, maintenance and operations of high-performance green buildings.

Features Pursued for LEED Certification

Learn more about MCC’s LEED® Certification efforts.

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  • 31%
    Sustainable Sites
  • 80%
    Water Efficiency
  • 46%
    Energy and Atmosphere
  • 50%
    Materials and Resources
  • 87%
    Indoor Environ. Quality
  • 100%
    Innovation and Design Process
  • 100%
    Regional Priority Credits

LEED® , and its related logo, is a trademark owned by the U.S. Green Building Council® and is used with permission.