URI – The Greenest College in Rhode Island

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.

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