Office of Campus Sustainability
LEED Buildings and Construction at BGSU
BGSU is encountering numerous renovations and construction opportunities to better the college experience for the students, staff, and faculty at the University.
BGSU notices the need for environmentally-conscious growth and therefore, Design and Construction is aiming to make major renovations and new construction meet LEED Standards.
Carillon Place Dining Center, The Oaks Dining Center, the Stroh Convocation Center, and the Wolfe Center for the Arts have all meet LEED certification standards. However, other buildings such as Centennial Hall, Falcon Heights, and Paul J. Olscamp Hall while not being LEED Certified, still encompass many environmentally-friendly characteristics.
BGSU is moving into sustainable growth by making environmental design and construction an important priority. Below is a listing of the buildings at BGSU with superior "green" qualities.