A list of distinguished awards and accolades recognizing our Facilities Management Department's hard work and outstanding staff.
Business Building named 'Fourth Most Beautiful in the World'
According to an online survey from TopManagementDegrees.com, UAlbany's School of Business is the 'fourth most beautiful business school in the world'.
To learn more about the new business building project and see some photos throughout the different stages of the project, visit our featured project page.
Read the news release here.
Liberty Terrace project wins two 2013 ACEC Engineering Excellence awards
The Liberty Terrace project wins a Platinum Award, for engineering design services, and a Diamond Award, for modernizing the Univeristy's GIS database.
The Liberty Terrace project, which debuted in August 2012, involved the design and construction of two, five-story buildings on a 20-acre site. The 500-bedroom, 200,000-square-foot, apartment-style student housing complex was the university's first certified LEED Gold facility. The project was on an aggressive two-phase, two-year schedule, which required working on both phases simultaneously without disrupting the university's daily operations. It entailed full site/civil design, bid document preparation and construction administration services.
The Diamond Award is ACEC’s highest award. On the University at Albany GIS project, the latest technologies available were used to survey, including Real Time Kinematic (RTK) GPS locating and 3D laser scanning, as well as traditional survey methods. This complex project required using different technologies and making them work together to create a highly functional database.
Liberty Terrace was built smart and utilizes renewable energy.
As part of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo's "Build Smart NY", University at Albany initializes new energy efficient projects
New energy efficiency projects at University at Albany, undertaken in collaboration with the New York Power Authority (NYPA) and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), will save the university approximately $704,000 in energy costs and eliminate more than 4,100 tons of greenhouse gas emissions annually. Read more...
Husted Hall: NYSERDA High Performance Building Certification — September 2012
Husted Hall qualified for NYSERDA’s High Performance Building certification by achieving energy cost reductions of 30% or higher over the ASHRAE 90.1-04 code baseline.
Husted Hall Rehabilitation: LEED for New Construction Silver Certification — June 2012
Husted Hall became the first building on campus to receive LEED-NC Silver certification for incorporating various energy and sustainability elements in the design and construction of the building.
New York State Environmental Excellence Award 2011 — December 2011
University at Albany received the award from NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) for its “You’ve Got the Power to Conserve” program that engaged the campus community in energy efficient and environmentally responsible actions including the Intersession Energy Initiative and Fall Energy Campaigns.