DBJ ranks Weisenborn among top LEEDS projects


Staff report



Weisenborn Junior High has been named as one of the top Dayton-area LEED certified projects according to the <em>Dayton Business Journal.</em>

Weisenborn Junior High has been named as one of the top Dayton-area LEED certified projects according to the Dayton Business Journal.


Photo by Darrell Wacker | AIM Media Midwest

HUBER HEIGHTS — Weisenborn Junior High has been named as one of the top Dayton-area LEED certified projects according to the Dayton Business Journal. Weisenborn is ranked seventh out of 24 total projects named on the list. The Journal ranked projects by the number of LEED points possible.

LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the most widely used green building rating system in the world. LEED provides a framework to create healthy, highly efficient and cost-saving green buildings.

All five elementary buildings and Wayne High School have earned Gold LEED certification as well. They earned this status by earning high marks in six areas: reducing construction site pollution, water and energy efficiency, reducing trash from buildings, improving indoor air quality, and implementing an innovative building design.

Weisenborn Junior High has been named as one of the top Dayton-area LEED certified projects according to the Dayton Business Journal.
https://www.hhcourier.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/35/2018/07/web1_Weisenborn.jpgWeisenborn Junior High has been named as one of the top Dayton-area LEED certified projects according to the Dayton Business Journal. Photo by Darrell Wacker | AIM Media Midwest

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