Riley-Robb Hall Biofuels Research Laboratory
LEED Certified Gold
The Riley Robb Biofuels Laboratory was the first campus renovation project to earn LEED Certification and earned an innovation credit for utilizing Cradle to Cradle (C2C) certified materials. In addition to the building’s green features, Riley Robb Hall is where much of Cornell’s research into renewable energy solutions takes place.
On the LEED-certified scorecard, Riley-Robb Hall scored 40 out of 69 possible points. For a full breakdown, review the report on the US Green Buildings Certification (USGBC) website.
|Sustainable Sites||Water Efficiency||Energy & Atmosphere||Materials & Resources||Indoor Environmental Quality||Innovation & Design||Regional Priority|
|Points Earned||7 / 14||3 / 5||8 / 17||8 / 13||9 / 15||4 / 4||1 / 1|
- Riley Robb Hall is the first campus renovation project which earned LEED certification.
- The project earned an innovation credit for utilizing Cradle to Cradle(C2C) certified materials
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