CLEMSON ? A week before Earth Day, under sunny skies illuminating exterior and interior spaces, hundreds of Clemson University faculty, staff, students and friends gathered Friday to dedicate one of the most energy-efficient academic buildings in the United States. The recent $31.6 million restoration, renovation and expansion of academic building Rudolph Lee Hall complex is complete.
?We are now poised to realize fully the vision of Lee Hall as the building that teaches,? said Clemson President James F. Barker, FAIA. ?In it, students will learn from their teachers, from each other and from the building itself because the new Lee Hall will be a model of sustainable design for the 21st century.?
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