Renovated UMass Dining Commons Gets LEED Gold Certification

Renovated UMass Dining Commons Gets LEED Gold Certification

Accolade fits school's emphasis on health and sustainability.

The renovated Hampshire Dining Commons at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst has been awarded LEED Gold certification for energy efficiency and sustainability. It has also been recognized by a lighting designers’ group for the efficiency and design of its interior lighting.

Built in 1966, Hampshire is a two-story, 46,000-sq.ft. concrete structure in the campus’s Southwest residential area that underwent a two-year, $15.5 million renovation before reopening for the fal

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