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c a s e s t u d y B u i l d i n g at a g l a n c e name clemson university lee iii location clemson, s.c. (28 miles WsW of Greenville, s.c.) owner clemson university Principal use university academic building includes studio space, seminar rooms, faculty and administrative offices occupancy Peak Transient occupancy 292 daily average 657 Peak full-Time equivalent (fTe) 32 Total Peak Building users (fTe + Peak Transient) 324 Gross square footage 53,441 conditioned space 50,249 (does not include mechanical room) Mechanical room 3,192 distinctions/awards aia national honor award for architecture, 2013; leed Gold-nc v3, 2012 Total cost $16 million (excludes site work) cost Per square foot $300 substantial completion/occupancy dec. 16, 2011 Collaborative B y M i c h a e l G . T a l B o T, P. e . , M e M B e r a s h r a e architecture students at Clemson University enjoy a leg up on their peers: the building where they study. lee iii’s open plan situates students from four different disciplines side-by-side, providing them with organic opportunities to work with and learn from each other in this net zero energy-ready building — something that will reap rich dividends after they graduate. 6 hiGh PerforMinG BuildinGs summer 2013

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Clemson University’s Lee III
Biological and Computational Sciences Facility
VCU Cary Street Gym
College of the Atlantic Student Village Housing
Rice Fergus Miller Office and Studio
Technology

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