BERKELEY, CAThe University of California, Berkeley, Maximino Martinez Commons has achieved LEED Gold 2009 NC certification. The 147,000-square-foot facility located on a former university parking lot was completed in 2012 at a construction cost of $53 million.

According to Thornton Tomasetti, the international engineering firm that provided sustainability consulting services, the building contains a sophomore residence hall and apartments for upper-division students, which provide housing for 416 students in 98 double-occupancy units, five five-bedroom suites and 47 four-bedroom suites.

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