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Sustainability

The Tulane Green Machine is a collaborative group of people across multiple administrative divisions dedicated to making campus buildings more sustainably designed, run, and maintained. The university is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council. The university requires all new construction be Certified by the Green Building Certification Institute, administrators of the LEED Program, at a minimum of the LEED Silver level. Nine members of the Green Machine are LEED Accredited Professionals.

LEED Certified Projects

Tulane University currently has 5 buildings and 2 renovations certified by the U.S. Green Building council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program and several more projects underway with the goal of achieving LEED Certification at or above the Silver level. 

Information about each project and its sustainable features can be found by clicking on the images below.

Dinwiddie Hall
RenovationCertified Gold - NC
 
Weatherhead HallCertified Gold - NC
 
Hertz CenterCertified Gold - NC
 
Flower HallCertified Silver - NC
J. Bennett Johnston 
Building RenovationCertified Gold - NC
 
Yulman StadiumCertified Silver - NC
 
Greenbaum HouseCertified Gold - NC
 
TSSW Elks PlaceCertified Gold - NC
Goldring/Woldenberg 
Business Complex AdditionCertified Gold - NC
 
Mussafer HallCertified Gold - NC
 
 

Office of Sustainability

The Office of Sustainability, a division of the University Planning Office, is working hard to implement green strategies in to everyday life on the University Campus. For additional university sustainability initiatives see their website.