New Construction

In 2010 Dalhousie passed a Green Building Policy that states all new buildings over 10,000 square feet should aim for LEED® Gold Certified, or higher. Some buildings started the planning process before or during 2010, in some of these cases LEED® Silver was achieved. Each building has unique green features including a self-guided green building signs, bubble deck, solar wall, solar thermal, rain water cistern, green roof, Optinet sensors, LED lighting, electric car charge station, chilled beam cooling, and permeable pavement. 

Click the heading of each building to view a two page description of the green building features.



EMERA IDEA Bld. and the Richard Murray Design Bld. (2018) 

LEED® Gold Candidate buildings striving to reach LEED® Platinum in the final certification process

Fitness Centre (2018)

LEED® Gold Certified

Wallace McCain Learning Commons (2016)


LEED® Silver Certified

Collaborative Health Education Building (2015)

LEED® Gold Candidate

LeMarchant Place  (2014)

LEED® Gold Certified

Steele Ocean Sciences Building (2012)

LEED® Silver Certified

Life Sciences Research Institute (2011) 

LEED® Silver Certified

Mona Campbell Building (2010)

LEED® Gold Certified