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LEED Buildings

Sustainable building map for the MU campus. Outlines LEED-certified buildings, LEED-pursuing buildings and buildings adhering MU sustainability guidelines.

LEED, also known as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is designed to have a positive impact on our health and wellbeing. Buildings under LEED follow set designing, constructing and operating standards as set by the U.S. Green Building Council. Such standards prove to be sustainable to the building’s environment and its occupants before, during and after construction is complete.

Currently, MU is home to 5 platinum LEED buildings, 6 gold LEED buildings, 1 silver LEED building and 2 certified LEED buildings. To learn more about how vital LEED is for our environment, our campus and our community visit LEED’s website.

For more information regarding the data behind amount of electricity utilized by Mizzou buildings and the growth of LEED on campus, visit the electricity page within our Sustainability Reports page.