The renovated Hampshire Dining Commons at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst has been awarded LEED Gold certification for energy efficiency and sustainability. It has also been recognized by a lighting designers’ group for the efficiency and design of its interior lighting. Built in 1966, Hampshire is a two-story, 46,000-sq.ft. concrete structure in the campus’s Southwest residential area that underwent a two-year, $15.5 million renovation before reopening for the fall 2013 ...

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