- Raised Sustainable Infrastructure Practice – Green Building Design for all new construction from LEED Silver to LEED Gold for buildings approved after July 1, 2012.
- Certified over 2 million square feet of building space under the LEED rating system.
- Implemented practices to include LabRATS representation on all building committees for laboratory buildings or buildings that include laboratory space.
- Continued the first LEED for Homes project in the UC System: North Campus Faculty Housing Phase II.
- Completed a LEED-EBOM Gold certification for the Recreation Center (its 2nd LEED-EB certification), for a total of 12 LEED-EB buildings on campus, more than any college or university in the nation (UCSB now has 83 LEED certifications in place)
Buildings LEED certified in 2013/2014:
- Santa Rosa Residence Hall (LEED CI Gold, 2013)
- Ocean Science Education Building (LEED NC Gold, 2013)
- Anacapa Residence Hall (LEED CI Gold, 2014)
- Recreation Center (LEED EB Gold, 2013)
- North Campus Faculty Housing Phase II (37 homes LEED Homes Gold, 2014)
Planned LEED Buildings (all LEED NC unless specified):
- Davidson Library
- Santa Cruz Residence Hall (LEED CI)
- North Campus Faculty Housing Recreation Building
- Faculty Club
- SNARL Classroom
- Institute for Energy Efficiency (Henley Hall)
- Portola Dining Commons
- North Campus Faculty Housing Phase III (Homes)
- Sierra Madre Apartments (Homes)San Joaquin Apartments (Homes)
Lab Ventilation committee
- Brought together stakeholders from administration, facilities, environmental health and safety, and sustainability to seek consensus on optimizing lab ventilation in buildings on the UCSB campus.
- Sent 8-member team to attend UC Irvine’s Smart Labs course, which outlines cutting edge solutions on their campus. Developed support relationship with UCOP’s Environmental Health and Safety Center of Excellence for Smart Labs, David Kang at UCI.
- Achieved student funding through TGIF to support a year of coordination for the multi-stakeholder Lab Ventilation project.