Anthony Hall Window Replacement and LEED-EB Certification

Note: This project was discontinued in 2010 at the request of the TGIF Coordinator. $7,000 was returned to the TGIF general fund.

Project Leads: Bradley Froehle, Alberto Ortega Hinojosa, Nancy Nam

Sponsor: Graduate Assembly Environmental Sustainability Committee

TGIF Grant: $10,000

Project Theme: Energy Conservation & Efficiency

Project Location

2008 Application Submission

Project Description: This project meant to Improve the energy efficiency of Anthony Hall, home to the Graduate Assembly, by replacing the existing single-paned windows with new energy efficient double-paned windows. The project team also planned to undertake the replacement of small building fixtures in order to begin the process of achieving LEED-EB certification for Anthony Hall.

Goals: Aim to reduce electric, steam, and water usage within Anthony Hall through small scale retrofits. Aim to reduce Anthony Hall’s heating and lighting utility bills. Replacing single-paned windows with double-paned windows will reduce heating usage by 40%. Low flush toilets will save 1.9 gallons per flush. Aim to receive LEED EB certification and serve as a green building model for both the UC Berkeley campus and other university graduate assemblies.