TCC Southeast Campus Building Earns LEED Gold Honor

FORT WORTH, Texas (Apr. 17, 2012)

Tarrant County College  Southeast Campus’ Science and Academic Building will be recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council for its environmental features as part of the Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) program with the designation of LEED Gold.

TCC Chancellor Erma Johnson Hadley and Southeast Campus President William Coppola will be joined by Arlington Mayor Dr. Robert Cluck, Arlington Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Wes Jurey, and SHW Group Senior Architect Jeremy Theodore for the ceremony.

Wednesday, April 18
2 p.m.

Tarrant County College Southeast Campus
2100 Southeast Pkwy.
Arlington, TX 76018

Culinary Arts students will provide refreshments for the reception.

The 114,519-square-foot Science and Academic Building opened in spring 2011, adding classrooms for computer science, speech and laboratory sciences as well as expanded office space and meeting areas. Southeast Campus was built in 1996 for 5,500 students and currently serves about 15,000.


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