UMMC Shock Trauma Achieves LEED Gold
The Shock Trauma Critical Tower at the University of Maryland Medical Center was awarded LEED Gold by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).
Ballinger provided planning, architecture, engineering and interior design services for this expansion of the University of Maryland Medical Center. The project increases capacity for the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, and the adjacent emergency and general surgery departments.
The design incorporates sustainable building materials, a high performance envelope and energy efficient building systems that benefit not just this building but the campus as a whole. Specific strategies include:
- 100% storm water reclaimed for use in chillers and landscape irrigation
- Wind turbines for local sourced green power
- Building materials with 30% recycled content
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