One of the few truly sustainable school buildings in New York State, this $35,000,000 project started in 2007 and was completed in 2009.  It included geothermal HVAC, high efficiency lighting with daylighting controls, solar domestic hot water generation, super high efficiency back-up boiler for redundancy, green roofs, low VOC finishes, sustainable wood and fabric products and many other “green” features. This building would have qualified for LEED Gold Certification if the project were filed with the USGBC.