DMR Architects is proud to announce that two of our higher education facilities recently received awards recognizing design excellence.
The AIA New Jersey Committee on the Environment (AIA-NJ COTE) presented DMR with the 2012 AIA-NJ COTE Top Ten Green Projects Merit Award for DMR's John C. Bartlett, Jr. Hall at Ocean County College. Bartlett Hall, a 32,000 square foot, LEED Silver academic building doubles as a teaching tool for the College's nearly 10,000 students, faculty and staff, and 100 monthly visitors. Educational signage throughout the building highlights the building's sustainable features, including car charging stations, rooftop solar modules, high efficiency windows, and recycled, locally manufactured materials.
Additionally, College Planning and Management recognized DMR's David B. Crabiel Hall at Middlesex County College as a Project of Distinction in the 2012 Education Design Showcase. The 36,000 square foot Crabiel Hall is currently under review by the United States Green Building Council for LEED certification. A copy of the magazine's spread on Crabiel Hall is available here.
"It is an honor for DMR to be recognized with these awards. Providing professional services for superior buildings, particularly in the higher education sector, is a priority of our firm," Lloyd A. Rosenberg, AIA, President and CEO said. "We look forward to upholding the same level of excellence for years to come."
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