The Hawaii Tokai International College campus features new LEED Gold Certified Buildings that are spacious and fitted with photo-voltaic solar panels. The LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) certification judges building development and addresses sustainability issues through a points assessment.

“A building may receive one of four LEED rating levels: Certified, Silver, Gold and Platinum. LEED-certified buildings are resource efficient. They use less water and energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. As an added bonus, they save money.”  — US Green Building Council Hawaii

LEED v2009 Gold:
BD+C: New Construction v3 – Hawaii Tokai Int. College Classroom Building
BD+C: New Construction v3 – Hawaii Tokai Int. College Student Housing
BD+C: New Construction v3 – Hawaii Tokai Int. College Multi-Purpose Building

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Published online: USGBC Hawaii April ’17 Highlights

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