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Yale University 2 Science Park

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Certification level: Silver

Project info

Size58,000 sq ft

Yale rejuvenated an old AT&T building into Yale School of Medicine’s new administrative facility creating a new open work pedagogy that will inform the institution’s work environments for years to come.

Natural light and organic tones are used liberally throughout the space bringing ease and wellness to the interiors. Individual modern workstations, as well as semi-private supervisory stations and conference rooms facilitate productivity. Elements such as simple signage, wall graphics, and collegiate colors were used throughout the space to reinforce the Yale brand.

Bringing all departments under one roof, the new LEED Silver facility optimizes occupant wellness and creates a flexible environment balancing conference rooms, huddle rooms, and focused workstations to increase integration, collaboration, and productivity.

Efficient systems and advanced controls contribute to energy savings, and high indoor air quality was prioritized with CO2 sensors to regulate outdoor air intake and low emitting materials. The renovation was conducted with a focus on waste reduction, with more than 85% of construction waste being recycled, and the new design included water efficient fixtures throughout that are modeled to save over 30% of the water consumed in an average building of similar size.