W.J. Baxter Perkinson, Jr. Building

1101 E Leigh St
VA 23298

W.J. Baxter Perkinson, Jr. Building

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The W.J. Baxter Perkinson, Jr Building opened in June 2009 as an addition to the VCU School of Dentistry. The building was awarded LEED Silver certification. It features light-colored roofing for 30 percent energy savings, low flow plumbing fixtures and low VOC or volatile organic compounds to improve indoor air quality. During construction of the $20 million addition, more than 75 percent of waste was recycled and 180 tons of masonry from the demolition used as fill.

30% Energy savings from the light-colored roof
75% of construction waste was recycled
180 tons of masonry from the demolition used as fill, therefore diverted from landfill

LEED New Construction Silver 35 points Certified: April 16, 2010


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