Hong Kong’s pre-certified LEED Platinum building; 36,000-sf academic building at Middlesex County College; UC San Diego parking structure.
New Middlesex County College building earns LEED Silver stamp
The $10 million David B. Crabiel Hall is a 36,000-sf academic building designed by DMR Architects on the main campus of Middlesex County College in Edison, N.J. The two-story project includes classrooms, computer labs, administrative offices, kitchen facilities, and meeting rooms. Certified LEED Silver, the building is fitted with occupancy sensors in each room as well as daylighting, drought-resistant plantings, low-flow water fixtures, and a highly reflective elastomeric roof coating. The Building Team also included Epic Management (construction manager), Concord Engineering (MEP), Remington & Vernick (civil/landscape engineering), and Arco Construction Group (general contractor); all firms are based in New Jersey.