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LEED Case Study: Hauser Hall Basement Offices – HLS

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Hauser Hall Basement Offices - HLS

LEED Rating System:LEED for Commercial Interiors
LEED Rating Version:3.0
Certification Level:Platinum
Month Completed:08
Year Completed:2012
Client (School/Department):HLS

Project Highlights

  • 37% lighting power reduction when compared to ASHRAE 90.1-2007 baseline
  • 26% recycled content value as a percentage of total materials value
  • 38% water use reduction when compared to EPAct 1992 baseline

Project Summary

The Harvard Law School (HLS) Hauser Hall Basement Office renovation project is the renovation of approximately 4,000 SF within an existing building to accommodate the HLS Finance and Human Resources departments relocating from another Harvard owned building in Cambridge. Hauser Hall was constructed in 1994 as part of the Law School’s Campus.