Bell Tower Parking Deck

Photovoltaic panels are used to light the staircases in this building.
This is also the first parking area on campus to use LED lighting.

NC Botanical Garden Education Center

This is the first state-owned building in NC to receive LEED Platinum certification.
The wood for the window trim and baseboards of this building came from trees that were cut down from the original building site.

Carrington Hall

Wheatboard, a rapidly renewable resource, was substituted for wood in the paneling and cabinets of this building.
This building was the first to be LEED certified on campus.

FedEx Global Education Center

This building was designed around the grove of post oak trees and was the 1st building on campus to use rainwater to flush toilets.

Genome Sciences Building

Rainwater that falls on the roof of this building is stored in a lined, stone-filled cistern capable of storing up to 350,000 gallons of water.

Koury Oral Health Sciences Building

In this building, a mechanical condensate collection system captures ten gallons of water for every 50,000 cubic feet of air that enters the ventilation system, storing an estimated 250,000 gallons per year.

Lenoir Dining Hall

63% of the waste from this building is diverted from the landfill through composting and recycling programs.

Morrison Residence Hall

The sub-metering system used in this building provides real-time information on electricity, water, heating, and cooling loads at a touch-screen kiosk in the building’s lobby and is also accessible online.

Rams Head Plaza

This 30-inch deep green roof can absorb 32,000 gallons of water and support trees that will eventually grow to 40-60 feet.