LEED Certified Projects

Making BU more sustainable from the ground up.

Boston University uses the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Certification System (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) to incorporate sustainable design and practices in all aspects of construction projects, whether renovations or new buildings—transportation, site selection, water efficiency, energy efficiency, waste reduction, materials and resources, and indoor environmental quality. To date, Boston University has 25 LEED-certified projects, totaling over 1.8 million square feet.

All new projects are designed to meet LEED Gold standards and Architecture 2030 standards for energy use intensity by building type. Read the New Buildings section of BU's Climate Action Plan.

So, how are we doing? Check out the ratings our work has earned.

Platinum

Center for Computing & Data Sciences

Massachusetts Green High-Performance Computing Center (Supercomputing Center in Holyoke, Mass., developed in collaboration with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, MIT, Harvard, Northeastern, and the University of Massachusetts)

Gold

122 Bay State Road

85 St. Mary’s Street

87 St. Mary’s Street

Alan & Sherry Leventhal Center

Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders (CARD)

The Children’s Center

Dahod Family Alumni Center at The Castle

Engineering Product Innovation Center

Fenway Campus Center & Student Residence

Goldman School of Dental Medicine

Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground

Kilachand Hall 9th Floor

Medical Student Residence

Myles Standish Hall

Rajen Kilachand Center for Integrated Life Sciences & Engineering

Sargent College Lobby and Classrooms

School of Law

School of Theology Community Center

Student Health Services

WBUR CitySpace

Yawkey Center for Student Services

Silver

College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College Makechnie Study Center

Joan & Edgar Booth Theatre and the College of Fine Arts Production Center

Riverway House

Certified

670 Albany Street

Registered

Neuroscience Building

College of Fine Arts Facade