11/17/2003

Carnegie Mellon University's new residence hall has been recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council as the country's first green dorm for its environmentally friendly features. Plenty of natural light, fresh air in the rooms and motion sensors that activate electric lights are some of the dorm's features. Local building leaders say they hope the LEED-certified structure will draw attention to Pittsburgh as a green building hub.

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