Another Green Accolade for the Wabash Building at RU

serf_cert_logoThe Wabash Building at Roosevelt University has been certified by the Society of Environmentally Responsible Facilities (SERF), which provides an affordable, streamlined and accessible path to green building recognition. Joe Maguire, President and co-founder of SERF stated, “The vertical campus provides the Chicago skyline with both environmental sustainability as well as practical institutional resources.”

Also, congratulations to Tom Shelton, Roosevelt’s Transportation/ Sustainability Coordinator, for recently earning a SERF Professional designation (SP).

The Society of Environmentally Responsible Facilities (SERF) was founded by industry professionals in 2010, and is headquartered in Chicago. Visit SERFgreen.org to learn about SERF certification or becoming a SERF Professional (SP).  And check out other awards bestowed on Roosevelt for sustainability initiatives.

RU's distinctively blue Wabash Building (constructed 2012), a LEED-gold structure that complements the National Historic Landmark Auditorium Building (foreground) at the downtown Chicago Campus.

RU’s distinctively blue Wabash Building (constructed 2012), a LEED-gold structure that complements the National Historic Landmark Auditorium Building (foreground) at the downtown Chicago Campus.

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