Construction continues as the Campaign transforms Yale’s campus

Thanks to the generosity of many alumni, parents, and friends, the Yale Tomorrow campaign is helping to transform the University landscape. Construction projects stretch across campus, building and restoring facilities for programs in Yale College and the graduate and professional schools. Mirroring the priorities of the Campaign, these projects will ensure the continued eminence of the University’s teaching programs, global initiatives, and research activities, as well as its commitment to the visual and performing arts.

In an effort to lead by example, all new construction projects at Yale are undertaken with an eye toward sustainability. Construction waste is recycled and each building is designed to include infrastructure and operational efficiencies that help reduce the environmental impact. As a result, all new projects and many of the renovations will earn at least a “silver” rating from the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System.

With many projects currently under way, this slide show offers a sampling of initiatives generously funded by alumni, parents, and friends of the University.

Photo credits
Yale Tomorrow front page: Michael Marsland, Yale University photographer
Above: Phil Handler, Fly on the Wall Productions®
Slide show: Phil Handler, Fly on the Wall Productions® (Loria Center, Jonathan Edwards College, Calhoun College, Stoekel Hall, Rosenkranz Hall, Ingalls Rink, Kroon Hall, Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center), Michael Marsland, Yale University photographer (Rudolph Hall, Haas Family Arts Library), architects’ renderings (University Health Services Center, Greenberg International Conference Center at Yale, Smilow Cancer Hospital), Yale Sustainable Food Project (Lazarus Pavilion)

(October 14, 2008)

October 14, 2008