The Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Building on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus has been awarded the LEED Gold rating, the first campus building to achieve this high mark in green building.
The building received 43 points, which is four points over the LEED Gold rating. The building project managers were Kathryn McNally and Doug Derber.
“It’s very exciting news,” said Mike Barden, LEED AP, and director of Facilities Projects in Facilities Management.
LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, the nationally accepted benchmarks for the design, construction and operation of high-performance green buildings.
“Congratulations to all,” said Lilly Marks, executive vice chancellor for the Anschutz Medical Campus. “As a side note, while not directly on the campus, the new UPI (University Physicians Inc.) building received a LEED Gold rating last year shortly after it opened. Together, these buildings set a wonderful new standard for construction on our campus.”