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Bruce Damonte

The Falk School of Sustainability at Eden Hall Campus

Chatham University

Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus is the first new university campus in the world to be built sustainably from the ground up, featuring full-cycle water recycling, net positive energy production, and zero waste operations.

Richland Township, Pennsylvania

Client: Mithun

Building Size: 388 acre site, 110,000 sf

Project Cost: $50 million

Certifications: Campus: Seeking LEED Platinum + Zero Energy Certifications / Classroom Building: Seeking Living Building Challenge / Lodges: Passive House Certified

Sustainability is at the heart of Chatham University's vision for the Eden Hall Campus. The new location, located just outside of Pittsburgh, exemplifies Chatham’s commitment to environmentalism. Each building on the campus is targeting Net Positive Energy and LEED Platinum certification. Moreover, Eden Hall was first student housing project in the United States to use drywall as a radiant heating and cooling system.

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