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November 2012

University of South Carolina’s Patterson Hall renovation exceeds LEED goals with high-performance Wausau windows

University of South Carolina currently has more than 600,000 square feet of green buildings on campus and by the end of 2013, is scheduled to surpass 1 million square feet. The University estimates that these green initiatives will save the school more than $1.5 million every year in energy and maintenance costs.

November 2012

Wausau’s high-performance windows contribute to Chicago’s Goode Academy’s sustainability goals, 1200-student facility

In September 2012, Sarah E. Goode STEM Academy welcomed its first freshman class and anticipates LEED Gold certification.

November 2012

University of California at Berkeley’s new Energy Biosciences building features Wausau’s window systems

The building was designed and constructed to meet LEED® Silver criteria or higher. The building already has received the Overall Sustainable Design Award by the Higher Education Energy Partnership Program of California.

November 2012

Denver’s Evie Garrett Dennis campus attains LEED-Gold and net-zero energy goals, relies on Wausau’s windows and Tubelite’s entrance systems

The first facility in Denver Public Schools to attain Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® for Schools Rating System, Evie Garrett Dennis Campus is one of the most efficient school facilities in the State of Colorado.

October 2012

David Brower Center earns LEED Platinum, achieves 100% daylighting in office areas, features Wausau’s windows

The first building of its kind in Berkeley and one of fewer than 10 such buildings in Northern California, the David Brower Center exemplifies modern green building and attained a LEED® Platinum rating, the highest certification level in the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC’s) LEED Rating Systems.