LEED® Certifications

IMG_2025The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign currently features sixteen LEED® certified buildings, with several more projects actively pursuing certification. The State of Illinois is a national leader in sustainable building design, requiring a minimum of LEED® Silver certification for all major renovations and new construction projects over 10,000 square feet.

Since initiating the first LEED® certified campus building in 2009, F&S Capital Programs and Engineering Design Review staff have worked with capital project teams to certify over 10% of campus space.

LEED® Certified Facilities

Project Name LEED Version Points Achieved Total Possible Certification Level
Business Instructional Facility v2.1 52 69 Platinum
National Petascale Computing Facility v2.2 40 69 Gold
Nugent Hall* v2.2 34 69 Silver
Ikenberry Dining Hall v2.2 34 69 Silver
Evers Laboratory v2.2 36 69 Silver
NCEL Yeh Student Center Addition v2.2 37 69 Silver
Illinois Fire Service Institute v2.2 35 69 Silver
Lincoln Hall v2.2 52 69 Platinum
Huff Hall North Addition v2.2 35 69 Silver
Bousfield Residence Hall v2009 81 110 Platinum
Wassaja Residence Hall v2009 67 110 Gold
State Farm Center v2009 70 110 Gold
Chemistry Annex v2009 61 110 Gold
Chez Family Foundation Center for Wounded Veterans in Higher Education v2009 60 110 Gold
Surveying Building Renovation v2009 63 110 Gold
Natural History Building v2009 61 110 Gold
UIUC - CERL Main Building Addition
v2009 54 110 Silver
 

 
LEED® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Green Building Council.
*Two separate projects - Nugent Phase A (Silver),  Ikenberry Residence Hall C&D - (Gold)