Knox Hall Honored By the Greater NY Construction User Council

On June 15, 2010, Knox Hall was honored by the Greater New York User Council (GNYCUC)during its annual Chairman's Reception. Knox Hall was awarded in the "redevelopment" category. The event was hosted by Jonathan D. Resnick & Sons Inc. , chairman of the GNYCUC, and held at The Green Roof. Facilities project team members, including Associate Vice President Joe Mannino, Associate Director Mike Iorii, and Project Manager Ed McArthur, proudly accepted the award.

Knox Hall, located on the campus of Union Theological Seminary, is the new home of Columbia University's Departments of Sociology, MEALAC, Middle East Institute, South Asia Institute and the Africa Institute. Construction began in the winter of 2008 and was completed by the fall of 2009. The project includes four (4) geothermal wells as part of an overall sustainable design effort. Knox Hall is registered under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System. For more information on Knox Hall click here