GREEN DESIGN | ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP | LEED ACCREDITED
We are committed to sustainable design and are guided by the philosophy that “a building should give back more to a site than it takes." MCF projects reduce their environmental footprint by being as energy conscious as possible, using an integrated approach that incorporates passive strategies, active solutions, and renewables.
Prior to the College's reopening, MCF was asked to help Master Plan their campus for the crucial, next 10 years. One mission was at the forefront of their plan; Antioch would like to be the first 100% Carbon Neutral campus in the United States. All design and renovation would need to aid in their endeavors. Since that time, we have renovated three buildings to USGBC standards. All are, or will be, LEED Certified. We have additionally renovated an old engineering building into their Central Geothermal Plant. It currently heats & cools four buildings on campus. With expansion, it will cover the entire College. The College also added a five-acre solar array on the south of campus which will generate 1.2 million kilowatt hours of energy annually.
Central Geothermal Plant
One Megawatt Solar Farm
Renovated Energy Efficient facilities
Planned Carbon Neutrality
Latimer Family Library
Saint Vincent College
The University Commons at Carlow was programmed and designed to transform the social and learning environment of the entire campus by providing accommodations for student life, dining, active learning and community engagement. The Commons building embodies the new vision of the University integrating an array of facilities to support student and faculty learning and collaboration. The University Commons is a beacon and home for the state-of-the-art Digital Learning and Innovation Center, art gallery and flexible conference space.
SIZE 82,500 sqft.