Schreiber Center’s sustainable design receives LEED Gold certification
The Schreiber Center, which is home to Loyola's Quinlan School of Business, was awarded a prestigious LEED gold certification for its sustainable design and energy conservation efforts.
LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the most widely used rating system in the world for the sustainability of buildings. The U.S. Green Building Council, which developed the program in 2000, publishes building guidelines ranging from energy conservation to use of materials.
Sustainable features in Schreiber
The Schreiber Center uses a variety of sustainable building and mechanical systems such as natural ventilation, harnessing daylight to reduce energy use, radiant heating and cooling, and self-shading. More about the Schreiber Center →
Loyola’s green campus
The Schreiber Center joins several other LEED-certified buildings at Loyola. LEED gold certified buildings include the Institute of Environmental Sustainability, Center for Translational Research and Education, and Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing. LEED silver buildings include Information Commons and the Norville Athletics Center.