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Stony Brook University Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center

Stony Brook University Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center

PROJECT DETAILS

Completed in the fall of 2010, this Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center project includes new construction of a two-story, 57,000-square-foot lab building at the Stony Brook University Research Park. Flad Architects designed the lab building which is devoted to research on alternative fuels and energy conservation. The AERTC features many energy saving technologies and is LEED platinum certified by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), making it one of the first LEED Platinum buildings on Long Island.

The center is a true partnership of Academic institutions, Research institutions, Energy providers and Industrial Corporations. Its mission is innovative energy research, education and technology deployment with a focus on efficiency, conservation, renewable energy and nanotechnology applications for new and novel sources of energy.

LEED PLATINUM

The Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center at Stony Brook University is devoted to research on alternative fuels and energy conservation. The AERTC features many energy saving technologies and is LEED platinum certified by the USGBC, making it one of the first LEED Platinum buildings on Long Island. The AERTC also won the award for Green Building – Project of the Year.

LOCATION:

STONY BROOK, NY

SECTOR:

SIZE:

57,000 SQ FT

SCOPE

57,000 SF new construction

LEED CERTIFICATION

Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center Staircase
Stony Brook University Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center Interior

KEYWORDS

LEED Platinum, Research, University

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LEED CERTIFICATION

LEED Platinum

Completed in the fall of 2010, this project includes new construction of a two-story, 43,000-square-foot lab building at the Stony Brook University Research Park.

Flad Architects designed the lab building which is devoted to research on alternative fuels and energy conservation. The AERTC features many energy saving technologies and is LEED platinum certified by the USGBC, making it one of the first LEED platinum buildings on Long Island.

Award: NY Construction’s Best of 2010 Award, Green Project of the Year

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