Law School Inaugurates Cutting-Edge Green Building
A small law school in rural New England with a strong environmental law program is now walking its talk with a new classroom building. The James L. and Evelena S. Oakes Hall at the Vermont Law School is a 24,000 ft2 (2,200 m2) classroom building designed by Truex Cullins and Partners Architects, with environmental consultant Marc Rosenbaum.
The $3.25 million building was dedicated on September 19, 1998.
Published September 1, 1998
(1998, September 1). Law School Inaugurates Cutting-Edge Green Building. Retrieved from https://www.buildinggreen.com/news-analysis/law-school-inaugurates-cutting-edge-green-building