Where are we now?
- 10 year Master Plan approved in 2004 includes Sustainability as a Master Plan Concept Goal
- Continued incorporation of green space into building projects
- Zero Net Energy Building design for new TDS buildig (Technology, Design and Safety)
- Appian Way - the pedestrian "spine" of campus - extended and designed to incorporate Oya Hill memorial, gardens and secondary Quad
- Pondside 3 residence Hall LEED Silver
- Continued use of high performance building techniques, such as pre-occupancy testing, auditing and energy performance
- Integration of sustainable building practicese in all USNH capital planning RFP's
Where do we want to be?
- New Master Plan in 2014
- Continue to make our campus a model for Sustainability
- Incorporating re-commissioning in all major building retrofits and new buildings
- Cost control and waste avoidance through improved building energy performance
- Sustainability as a guiding principle in planning decisions
How do we get there?
- New Master Plan development beginning in 2012
- Intellectual and financial commitment to Sustainable planning and building practices
- Use of contract language to implement change
- Funding mechanisms that looks beyond the normal funding cycle
- Use of Performance contracting
- Use of LEED principles in all buildings