Indiana University’s first residence hall to be certified LEED® Gold is Spruce Hall! With a total project cost of $38 million, a lot is packed into the 150,512 SF of this beautiful residence hall (formerly known as Rose Ave. Residence Hall). This facility is a great combination of sustainable design, technology and modern amenities.
In addition to being certified LEED® Gold by USGBC, Spruce Hall is one of only a handful of facilities that have been designated as a 21st Century Project. The building adheres to the tenets of sustainability, flexibility, community and technology that were created by the Association of College and University Housing Officials – International (ACUHO-I).
Since opening in the fall of 2013, the students have raved about Spruce Hall – now it is being recognized for its design excellence.
MSKTD is proud to be the Architect of Record for Spruce Hall. It is our tenth (10th) facility that has been LEED® certified in the last 7 years. We have an additional seven (7) projects that are registered with the USGBC and anticipate being certified in the months to come. If being environmentally friendly is important to you, please let us know how we can help design your next facility!
Learn more about Spruce Hall.