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Class of 2017: LEED-certified Schools Make an Impact

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Class of 2017: LEED-certified Schools Make an Impact

  1. 1. Villa Per Se Inicial Lima, Peru LEED Platinum The architecture of Villa Per Se was created with Sacred Geometry on a land of 43,000 m2 that allows great expanses of green areas, including a garden and a TiNi Forest (Tierra de Niños) where the children design, plant, care for, and harvest plants, including preparing meals with the ingredients they grow. Photo Credit: Villa Per Se Architects: SUMAC Latino America (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  2. 2. Villa Per Se Inicial Lima, Peru LEED Platinum The school’s hexagonal Early Years classrooms permit a better distribution of heating and cooling, eliminating corners and allowing better ventilation for a more comfortable learning experience. Every area of the school takes on a form that is most adequate for its function. Photo Credit: Villa Per Se Architects: SUMAC Latino America (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  3. 3. Kaohsiung American School: Sports Complex Kaohsiung, Taiwan LEED Gold The final phase of a seven-year vision for Kaohsiung American School has a beautiful design, incorporating natural light and a feeling of transparency, adding contrast and functionality with the combination of wood, concrete, and glass. Photo Credit: KAS Submitted by: Kaohsiung American School
  4. 4. Kaohsiung American School: Sports Complex Kaohsiung, Taiwan LEED Gold Adding to the state-of-the-art edifice is a technology infrastructure allowing for electronic control of operational features. Further, separate sound systems in the pool area, the gymnasium, the dance studio, the fitness center and the dining hall allow each to have the appropriate atmosphere. Photo Credit: KAS Submitted by: Kaohsiung American School
  5. 5. Grauer School Building Encintas, California LEED Gold The Grauer School was recognized for using its sustainable campus as a teaching tool. The building includes rooftop solar panels, highly efficient HVAC, and increased green space. Photo Credit: The Grauer School Architect: Zagrodnik & Thomas Architects (USGBC Member)
  6. 6. Grauer School Building Encintas, California LEED Gold The building features two gardens, an orchard, and a two acre wildlife preserve with walking trails. The Grauer School has a minimal building footprint, and low-emitting materials are featured in the buildings. Photo Credit: The Grauer School Architect: Zagrodnik & Thomas Architect (USGBC Member)
  7. 7. Telluride Intermediate School Telluride, Colorado LEED Silver The Telluride Intermediate School was designed to reduce energy use while still featuring daylight and views to the mountains in 80% of its spaces. The restrooms are equipped with high efficiency toilets, low-flow faucets, and high efficiency urinals. Photo Credit: LaCasse Photography Submitted by: Institute for the Built Environment at Colorado State University (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  8. 8. Aspen Community School Woody Creek, Colorado LEED Gold Photo Credit: Greg Watts Architect: Cuningham Group Architecture (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  9. 9. Aspen Community School Woody Creek, Colorado LEED Gold Photo Credit: Greg Watts Architect: Cuningham Group Architecture (USGBC Member at Sliver level)
  10. 10. Bridges and Briya Campus (Certified as Mamie D. Lee School) Washington, DC LEED Gold Energy modeling forecasts the campus reaching energy cost savings of 56% and an energy performance rating of 96. The school has a long-term sustainable facility for enriching the lives of their school families and the community. Photo Credit: Anice Hoachlander, Hoachlander Davis Photography Architect: Studio Twenty Seven Architecture (USGBC Member)
  11. 11. Bridges and Briya Campus (Certified as Mamie D. Lee School) Washington, DC LEED Gold Landscaping is vital in connecting inhabitants to the natural surroundings and achieving the school’s sustainable goals. The “U” shaped plan opens buildings to an expansive garden, creating an open play court shared by the two schools and resulting in 100% daylighting and views to all classrooms. Photo Credit: Anice Hoachlander, Hoachlander Davis Photography Architect: Studio Twenty Seven Architecture (USGBC Member)
  12. 12. Legacy Charter School Chicago, Illinois LEED Platinum Legacy Charter School has achieved LEED Platinum certification without adding significant cost to the project, requiring a comprehensive planning effort. The sustainability program is rooted in the citizenship goals the school strives to instill in every student. Photo Credit: Barbara Karant Architectural Photography Architect: Lothan Van Hook DeStefano Architecture (USGBC Member)
  13. 13. Legacy Charter School Chicago, Illinois LEED Platinum In addition to traditional classrooms, each floor is equipped with 3-4 smaller group study rooms for individualized instruction, meetings with tutors, social workers or learning specialists, and other small group activities. Additional smaller classrooms include spaces for instructional leaders and special education. This yields a range of room sizes so kids are taught in groups sized appropriately for various activities. Photo Credit: Barbara Karant Architectural Photography Architect: Lothan Van Hook DeStefano Architecture (USGBC Member)
  14. 14. Prospect High School Mount Prospect, Illinois LEED Silver The Natatorium was able to achieve 40% water reduction through low flow and flush fixtures, saving 327 gallons of water annually. The building also saves 28% of its energy use through high efficient mechanical systems and LED lighting fixtures. Photo Credit: Ballogg Photography Submitted by: Pepper Construction Company (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  15. 15. Prospect High School Mount Prospect, Illinois LEED Silver The project achieved an 88% construction waste diversion rate. The building's interior includes outdoor air delivery monitoring as well as low emitting products and provides ample daylight and views to the outdoors. Photo Credit: Ballogg Photography Submitted by: Pepper Construction Company (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  16. 16. Fort Worthington Elementary & Middle School Baltimore, Maryland LEED Gold The 21st Century School Buildings Program is a historic $1 billion effort to address Baltimore City’s aging and inadequate public-school buildings. Fort Worthington Elementary & Middle School, located in the Berea neighborhood of East Baltimore, is one of six complete rebuilds in the program’s 28 projects. Photo Credit: Grimm + Parker Architects (USGBC Member at Silver level) Submitted by: Lorax Partnerships, LLC (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  17. 17. Wilde Lake Middle School Columbia, Maryland LEED Platinum Wilde Lake Middle School was constructed to replace the existing aging middle school with a larger, more modern facility—approximately 50% larger. It is the sixth iteration and adaptation of a middle school prototype that not only achieved Platinum certification, but is the first Net Zero Energy school in Maryland. Photo Credit: Howard County Public School System Submitted by: Howard County Public School System
  18. 18. Deep Run Elementary School Elkridge, Maryland LEED Silver The Deep Run project replaced the existing six modular classrooms with a permanent two-story classroom addition, new administration addition, and complete renovation to the existing school. The project was designed for a Certified designation, but exceeded the intent by receiving a Silver rating. Photo Credit: Howard County Public School System Submitted by: Howard County Public School System
  19. 19. Edward M. Felegy Elementary School Hyattesville, Maryland LEED Gold Edward M. Felegy Elementary School represents a neighborhood anchor for an urban, multi-cultural community. Small learning communities are formed by the school’s design, eliciting a sense of comfort and pride for the students. Bright and colorful interiors celebrate individual identities within the school. Photo Credit: Patrick Ross Photography Architect: Hord Coplan Macht (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  20. 20. Edward M. Felegy Elementary School Hyattesville, Maryland LEED Gold Innovative and efficient systems, combined with light-filled learning spaces, support the curriculum of the school and provide a community-based asset that reinforces the commitment to sustainability. The sustainable features offer constant learning opportunities for the students, such as outdoor laboratories and classrooms, allowing learning to take place outside the walls of the school. The design engages the site, connecting with the surrounding nature. Photo Credit: Patrick Ross Photography Architect: Hord Coplan Macht (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  21. 21. William H. Farquhar Middle School Olney, Maryland LEED Silver William H. Farquhar Middle School is a Montgomery County public middle school serving grades 6-8. The design was optimized to support the mission of the county’s Rustic Roads Program to preserve exceptional rustic roads exemplifying the rural and agricultural character of the area. There are vegetated roofs, outdoor learning courtyards, and vistas celebrating the building’s relationship with the natural landscape. Photo Credit: Patrick Ross Photography Architect: Hord Coplan Macht (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  22. 22. William H. Farquhar Middle School Olney, Maryland LEED Silver The project’s key sustainable feature was the land: the building nestles, steps, and bridges into and along the contours of the site’s existing slopes. Rains are naturally slowed and treated on site with bioretention facilities, and the wet, clay soils are used as a conductive heating and cooling source in the school’s geothermal system. Photo Credit: Patrick Ross Photography Architect: Hord Coplan Macht (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  23. 23. Lyons Mill Elementary School Owings, Maryland LEED Silver Lyons Mill Elementary School differs from other schools through the project’s focused efforts to develop a sense of community, expand the learning environment beyond the walls, enable flexibility, and promote collaboration. Articulated by commons areas and grade-level neighborhoods in the two-story classroom wing, the sense of community serves to foster collaboration between students on both a personal and a macro scale and offer flexibility to teaching methods. Photo Credit: Tom Holdsworth Photography Architect: GWWO, Inc./Architects (USGBC Member)
  24. 24. Lyons Mill Elementary School Owings, Maryland LEED Silver Taking advantage of daylighting, the school merges indoors and outdoors and expands learning through an outdoor reading garden that showcases regional flora and rain gardens. Separated by an operable partition, the gymnasium and cafeteria can be combined for flexibility, accommodating community activities. Photo Credit: Tom Holdsworth Photography Architect: GWWO, Inc./Architects (USGBC Member)
  25. 25. Essex Technical High School Danvers, Massachusetts LEED Gold Essex Technical High School combined three existing programs, each with their own distinctive culture of academic and technical excellence, into a single vocational and agricultural school. The school encourages continuous intellectual growth, promoting professionalism, determination, skills development and citizenship for all students, as they develop into tradespeople, technicians, artisans, and authors of the 21st century community. Photo Credit: Peter Vanderwarker Architect: Perkins Eastman (USGBC Member at Gold level)
  26. 26. Essex Technical High School Danvers, Massachusetts LEED Gold The buildings are designed to be sustainable and responsive to the school’s career tech programs that stress conserving and managing the earth’s resources. The campus is designed in a way that utilizes the buildings and sustainable components as teaching tools; this curriculum is central to the mission of the school. Photo Credit: Peter Vanderwarker Architect: Perkins Eastman (USGBC Member at Gold level)
  27. 27. Winthrop Middle & High School Winthrop, Massachusetts LEED Gold This school successfully obtained LEED Gold certification with exemplary credits for waste management, recycled content, and enhanced commissioning, and it also achieved an innovation in design credit for its climate resilient design. Photo Credit: Ed Wonsek Architect: HMFH Architects, Inc. (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  28. 28. Winthrop Middle & High School Winthrop, Massachusetts LEED Gold Natural light and automatic daylight dimming in 100% of the teaching spaces help reduce energy use and promote learning. The learning commons of each school zone houses a three-story conical lightwell, which creates a beautiful gathering space that funnels daylight throughout each floor of the building. Photo Credit: Ed Wonsek Architect: HMFH Architects, Inc. (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  29. 29. APS Atrisco Elementary School Albuquerque, New Mexico LEED Gold The school supports teaching and learning through operable partitions for team teaching and increased daylighting. The classroom building houses over 300 photovoltaic panels, increasing energy savings for the building by 49%. Construction efforts diverted more than 1,077 tons of construction debris from landfills, which amounts to over 90% of the total generated, and the building is comprised of 30% recycled material to aid in the reduction of raw material consumption. Photo Credit: Greer Stafford/SJCF ARCHITECTURE, Inc., Patrick Coulie Photography Submitted by: Halcom Consulting (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  30. 30. APS Career Enrichment Center Albuquerque, New Mexico LEED Silver The largest school district in New Mexico, Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) serves students in Albuquerque and the surrounding region. APS has set a goal of LEED Silver or better certification for all new construction. Photo Credit: Kirk Gittings Submitted by: NORESCO, LLC (USGBC Member at Silver level) Architect: Lee Gamelsky Architects, PC
  31. 31. Rio Grande High School Albuquerque, New Mexico LEED Silver This three-story renovation project was officially the 2,000th LEED certified project in the world. It’s on an active campus and features administration offices, lounge, an interactive outdoor garden, science and chemistry labs, and classrooms. 72% of the population that the school serves is economically disadvantaged. Photo Credit: Patrick Coule Photography, Inc. Submitted by: NORESCO, LLC (USGBC Member at Silver level) Architect: Van H. Gilbert Architects
  32. 32. Sandy Grove Middle School Lumber Bridge, North Carolina LEED Gold Sandy Grove Middle School combines energy-conserving practices with on-site renewable energy generation to produce 40% more energy than required annually. The facility provides students with a healthy learning environment through controlled indoor air quality, limiting toxins and pollutants in the air. Photo Credit: Mathew Carbone Photography Architect: SfL+A Architects (USGBC Member)
  33. 33. Sandy Grove Middle School Lumber Bridge, North Carolina LEED Gold All learning spaces minimize noise pollution through controlled acoustical design. A stimulating color palette distinguishes grade levels and provides students with a vibrant learning environment. The building also provides a hands-on interactive dashboard for learning, located in the main lobby. Photo Credit: Mathew Carbone Photography Architect: SfL+A Architects (USGBC Member)
  34. 34. Carey PreK-12 School Carey, Ohio LEED Silver The design of the new Carey PK-12 School includes academic wings with distinct identities that reflect the traditional aesthetic values of the community that were relayed during numerous public meetings. Design decisions were focused on durability, life cycle costs, sustainability, and ease of maintenance. Photo Credit: Fanning Howey Architect: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc. (USGBC Member)
  35. 35. Carey PreK-12 School Carey, Ohio LEED Silver The school’s variable air volume system with ice storage has already yielded over $6,000 in yearly energy savings. During construction, the project kept an impressive 97% of construction waste from local landfills. Photo Credit: Fanning Howey Architect: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc. (USGBC Member)
  36. 36. Princeton Middle and High School Cincinnati, Ohio LEED Silver The design of Princeton STEM Middle/High School supports the dynamic and flexible nature of the school’s STEM curriculum. The campus features differentiated learning spaces, including double-sized learning studios, technology hubs for groups of 8 to 12 students, and breakout rooms called Think Tanks. Photo Credit: Fanning Howey/William Manning Photography Architect: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc. (USGBC Member)
  37. 37. Princeton Middle and High School Cincinnati, Ohio LEED Silver LED lighting is in place throughout the facility, contributing to a predicted 20% reduction in electricity use and a better-illuminated environment in each teaching space. Additionally, during construction, the project saved 96% of construction waste from going to landfill. Photo Credit: Fanning Howey/William Manning Photography Architect: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc. (USGBC Member)
  38. 38. Ecole Kenwood Elementary School Columbus, Ohio LEED Silver The new Ecole Kenwood Elementary School is a replacement building located on the same urban site as the previous school. The design meets the challenges of the constricted site while supporting the school's pre-kindergarten through sixth grade French language immersion program. Photo Credit: Fanning Howey/William Howey Photography Architect: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc. (USGBC Member)
  39. 39. Ecole Kenwood Elementary School Columbus, Ohio LEED Silver High-tech classrooms and flexible collaboration space allows students to explore language through a variety of learning styles. Photo Credit: Fanning Howey/William Howey Photography Architect: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc. (USGBC Member)
  40. 40. Covington PreK-8 Covington, Ohio LEED Silver The new Covington PK-8 School is designed as a large addition to the existing high school, creating a comprehensive PK-12 school campus for the Covington community. The school includes a central media center with small academic wings radiating out from its core. Overall, the project saved 32% of energy consumption thanks to a variable air volume system with ice storage. Photo Credit: Fanning Howey/CorpComm Group Architect: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc. (USGBC Member)
  41. 41. University School Huntington Valley, Ohio LEED Silver The new Academic & Science Wing at the University School enhances the curricula of five different departments through spacious classrooms, interactive technology, and dedicated communal spaces. Gently curving away from the main academic and administration building and down the center of a peninsula in the school’s man-made lake, the rectangular structure’s windowed south wall harvests both natural light and solar heat. Photo Credit: Peter Aaron/OTTO Architect: Centerbrook Architects & Planners (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  42. 42. University School Huntington Valley, Ohio LEED Silver The upper two floors house 25 classrooms for history, math, English and foreign languages, while the lower floor contains classroom-lab suites for physics, biology and chemistry as well as a three-room environmental science suite and a special projects lab. The building’s myriad energy-conserving and sustainable features include a pond-source geothermal system, a highly efficient envelope, interior design to take advantage of thermal mass, and green roofs. Photo Credit: Peter Aaron/OTTO Architect: Centerbrook Architects & Planners (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  43. 43. Perry Elementary School Lima, Ohio LEED Silver The new Perry Elementary School is a bridge between the past and future of the Perry Local Schools “Commodores.” Large windows in the classrooms provide extensive natural lighting for energy efficiency, and are divided into smaller frames, similar to the stem of an old sailing ship. Overall, the project is 30% more energy efficient than similar buildings because of a variable air volume reheat system, high-efficiency boilers, and a high-performance building envelope with triple-pane windows. 76% of the project’s materials were regional, and 85% of the wood used came from sustainable forests with FSC certification. Photo Credit: Fanning Howey/CorpComm Group Architect: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc. (USGBC Member)
  44. 44. Lorain High School Lorain, Ohio LEED Silver Lorain High School is a 340,000 SF building, located on a 30 acre urban site. Photo Credit: Aerial Agents Architect: ThenDesign Architects (TDA) (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  45. 45. Lorain High School Lorain, Ohio LEED Silver Located on the second floor, the Media Center gives visitors a view to the east of the building and to the historic George Daniel Field. Here, students and staff can take advantage of the college library setting for learning and reflection. Photo Credit: Aerial Agents Architect: ThenDesign Architects (TDA) (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  46. 46. Springfield Elementary School New Middletown, Ohio LEED Silver The school features five distinct learning communities, one for each grade level. Each community includes a collaboration area where students work together on projects or receive individualized assistance. Ample space is given to display student work, and a teacher collaboration room and learning resource center is located near the center of the building. An outdoor learning area is available to each community to teach students about nature and sustainability. Photo Credit: Olsavskey Jaminet Architects: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc. (USGBC Member)
  47. 47. Eastwood PreK-5 Elementary School Pemberville, Ohio LEED Silver The new Eastwood Elementary School is made up of a series of small learning communities extending from a central media center. The future-ready design reflects an economical approach to meeting the district's facilities needs for decades to come, including through long-term savings from energy reduction. The project was designed with a variable air volume system with ice storage, high efficiency chillers, high efficiency lighting, and an improved building envelope. Photo Credit: Fanning Howey/William Manning Photography Architects: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc. (USGBC Member)
  48. 48. Brookside High School (Certified as Sheffield 7-12) Sheffield Lake, Ohio LEED Gold The new building features separate wings for the high school and the middle school students; separate gyms, a shared music wing, a shared media center, and shared food service facilities. The building is designed to accommodate the addition of a performing arts center at a later date. The design employed an ice storage system and other sustainable strategies to provide the school with an energy efficient HVAC system that provides excellent comfort and simple maintenance requirements. Architects: MKC Architects (USGBC Member)
  49. 49. West Muskingum Elementary School Zanesville, Ohio LEED Silver West Muskingum PreK-4 is a cutting-edge, 21st century learning environment that is being recognized for its concepts in advanced flexibility and technology. The design includes use of open extended learning areas with multiple presentation spaces, interactive displays, mobile furniture and access for device charging. Photo Credit: Olsavskey Jaminet Architects: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc. (USGBC Member)
  50. 50. West Muskingum Elementary School Zanesville, Ohio LEED Silver The school includes a variable air volume with reheat system, high-efficiency natural gas-fired condensing-type boilers, highly efficient air-cooled water chillers supplemented with thermal ice storage, an energy recovery wheel, high efficiency lighting, and a high-performance building envelope with triple-pane windows. Photo Credit: Olsavskey Jaminet Architects: Fanning/Howey Associates, Inc. (USGBC Member)
  51. 51. Willamette High School Eugene, Oregon LEED Certified The LEED-certified Willamette High School Science Complex is a collegiate-level lab building combined with the school administration offices. The science area has four combination labs, two wet classrooms, two mini labs, a dedicated chemistry lab, and a physics lab. Photo Credit: Stephen Cridland Architects: Soderstrom Architects (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  52. 52. Willamette High School Eugene, Oregon LEED Certified The building also includes a 90-person lecture hall, modeled after halls found in collegiate settings, designed to be a discussion space and is laid out in a horseshoe so that participants can turn to face each other rather than fixed seating. Photo Credit: Stephen Cridland Architects: Soderstrom Architects (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  53. 53. Delta-Peach Bottom Elementary School Delta, Pennsylvania LEED Silver The school’s renovation include new ceiling and LED lighting, providing a brighter and healthier learning space in the existing media center. A built-in recycling area encourages all building occupants to divert recyclables. Nearly 70% of existing flooring, casework, and other interior elements were reused in the project. Photo Credit: El Associates (USGBC Member at Silver level) Submitted by: Shaler Area School District
  54. 54. Fawn Area Elementary School Fawn Grove, Pennsylvania LEED Silver The school’s existing courtyard serves as a teaching tool, incorporated into curriculum. Over 99% of the existing structure and building envelope were reused. Photo Credit: El Associates (USGBC Member at Silver level) Submitted by: Shaler Area School District
  55. 55. Waverly Belmont Elementary School Nashville, Tennessee LEED Silver With the growing neighborhood and city, the school district decided it was time to restore Waverly Belmont to its former glory while simultaneously meeting demands of a 21st century learning environment. The scope included a total renovation of the existing building and an addition that almost doubled the size. Photo Credit: Tom Gatlin Photography Architect: Tuck Hinton Architects (USGBC Member)
  56. 56. Waverly Belmont Elementary School Nashville, Tennessee LEED Silver The renovation and addition include classrooms, administration, cafeteria, gymnasium, support areas, and an inspiring media center. The reborn elementary school now serves students from the surrounding neighborhoods and appropriately remains a fixture in a growing, changing city. Photo Credit: Tom Gatlin Photography Architect: Tuck Hinton Architects (USGBC Member)
  57. 57. Tanglewood Middle School(Certified as Grady Middle School Addition) Houston, Texas LEED Certified Tanglewood Middle School, formerly known as Grady Middle School, was one of the first projects to be completed under the Houston Independent School District’s Bond Program. The school accommodates 850 students and features 24 classrooms, 6 science labs, 6 learning commons, and 3 administrative suites. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Scott DeWoody, Gensler Architects (USGBC Member, Gold) Submitted by: Rice & Gardner Consultants, Inc. (USGBC Member, Silver)
  58. 58. Tanglewood Middle School(Certified as Grady Middle School Addition) Houston, Texas LEED Certified The school includes an abundance of natural light; shared activity spaces where students can present, collaborate, and study independently; moving walls that allow for flexibility in the classroom; and flexible seating arrangements and learning spaces. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Scott DeWoody, Gensler Architects (USGBC Member, Gold) Submitted by: Rice & Gardner Consultants, Inc. (USGBC Member, Silver)
  59. 59. The Post Oak School Houston, Texas LEED Certified The new Post Oak School is elevating Houston’s culture of learning by creating a flexible environment that adapts to the evolving needs of its teachers and students. The deliberate connections between the classroom and the community celebrate the values of learning and culture. Photo Credit: Joe Aker/Aker Imaging Architect: Gensler Architects (USGBC Member at Gold level)
  60. 60. The Post Oak School Houston, Texas LEED Certified The building includes three flexible classrooms that can be reconfigured into a shared multipurpose space. The plan eliminates the use of traditional corridors and instead configures classrooms around large, shared commons that offer collaborative zones of interaction. Photo Credit: Joe Aker/Aker Imaging Architect: Gensler Architects (USGBC Member at Gold level)
  61. 61. Kyle R. Wilson Elementary School Woodbridge, Virginia LEED Certified Photo Credit: John B. Magor Photography Architect: Moseley Architects (USGBC Member at Silver level)
  62. 62. Kyle R. Wilson Elementary School Woodbridge, Virginia LEED Certified Photo Credit: John B. Magor Photography Architect: Moseley Architects (USGBC Member at Silver level)

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