Pennsylvania school seeks LEED

August 01, 2008 |

Radnor Middle School, a new $48 million complex in Wayne, Pa., is seeking LEED certification with a number of green features. The 195,000-sf, four-story building sports a vegetated roof, terrazzo floor with recycled glass, geothermal heating system, and low-VOC materials. The school was designed by Blackney Hayes Architects of Philadelphia.

 

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