Armstrong Atlantic State University scores gold with green building

March 7, 2014
Armstrong Atlantic State University was honored by the Georgia chapter of the U.S Green Building Council for its ongoing commitment to sustainable design and green building principles.

Armstrong Atlantic State University was honored by the Georgia chapter of the U.S Green Building Council for its ongoing commitment to sustainable design and green building principles, according to a press release from the university. The council recognized the school’s Learning Commons expansion project, which was certified LEED Gold. “We’re delighted to be recognized for our commitment to promoting sustainability and healthy environments to learn on campus,” said David Carson, Armstrong’s vice-president for business and finance. “We want to lead by example and to underscore the importance of environmental responsibility at Armstrong.”

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