LEED Certified Gold
Stocking Hall earned LEED Gold through its renovations. The Food Science facility allows Cornell faculty, staff, and students to lead the nation in imagining and bringing to life the future of the field of food science.
On the LEED-certified scorecard, Stocking Hall scored 72 out of 110 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||19 / 26||6 / 10||23 / 35||7 / 14||9 / 15||5 / 6||3 / 4|
The installed fixtures will reduce water usage by a calculated 31% below the baseline usage.
According to the energy model, the energy cost savings for the building has been reduced by over 46% over the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) baseline.
Over 79% of the construction waste generated during the project was diverted from landfills.
Over 32% by cost of the material components installed in the building are recycled.
99.68% of the wood installed on the project met Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification requirements.
The Stocking Hall project will used a combination of white and vegetative roofing, decreasing the cooling requirements on hot summer days.
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