The Princeton Review recently recognized the University of Rhode Island as the greenest college in the State for the fourth consecutive year. Among the factors elevating URI above its in-State peers are several LEED-certified buildings recently constructed on campus. PARE has played a major role on all of these projects, including the $60 million, 140,000-S.F. LEED Gold Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences and the $22 million, 43,000-SF LEED Silver Hope Commons Dining Hall. The new $44 million, 429-bed Hillside Residence Hall was completed in 2012 and is currently pursuing LEED Gold certification, while the $75 million, 145,000-S.F. College of Pharmacy was constructed to LEED standards and completed earlier this year.
Here is a gallery showing some of our projects at URI.