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Building Tour & Networking Reception

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Starts On - April 28, 2016 - 5:30pm
Ends On - April 28, 2016 - 8:30pm

Baltimore , MD

Take a tour and network with members of USGBC Maryland, IFMA Chesapeake Chapter, and guests!

The Johns Hopkins University Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories (UTL) is a model for energy efficiency, sustainable site development, and interior environmental quality.

The building is a 105,000-gross-square-foot, fume hood intensive addition to the existing Mudd Levi Building which brings together under one roof undergraduate labs and faculty research in the departments of biology, chemistry, neuroscience and biophysics, as well as a student commons area. The end result is both a visibly and functionally "green" building with its signature curved glass facade providing views into the labs interlaced with reflections of the surrounding landscape, specifically designed to filter storm water as much as create a serene, green environment.

Please see building 52/ Mudd Hall on the Homewood Campus Map for event location.