KWK Architects Helps Universities Conserve Earth’s Resources Through Environmentally Responsible Student Housing Designs

May 2, 2022
KWK Architects

(St. Louis, MO, April 14, 2022) Colleges and universities today are looking for sustainable facilities, and a number of them choose to participate in the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) process to obtain a measurable level of sustainability. KWK Architects recently designed residence halls at the University of Missouri and University of Colorado - Boulder that achieved the highest level of sustainability certification, LEED Platinum.

KWK, along with associate architect Lawrence Group, designed Brooks and Bluford Halls at the University of Missouri in Columbia to achieve a LEED v2009 Platinum certification. While the client requirement for the new 198,000 square-foot, 570-bed residence hall project was LEED Certified minimum, the KWK project team was dedicated to achieving the highest rating within the tight budget, and the team looked to maximize energy efficiency in the buildings to achieve this goal.

For more information about KWK Architects' student housing projects, visit https://www.kwkarchitects.com/markets/details/student-housing.



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