The Coorstek Center for Applied Science and Engineering is a new interdisciplinary teaching and research building on the Colorado School of Mines campus targeting LEED Gold certification. It is a modern, state-of-the-art $50 million facility that will be the largest facility ever constructed on the Mines campus, at nearly 100,000 square feet. It includes flexible laboratory spaces, customized classrooms, offices, and a project gallery space. It will support the College of Engineering and Applied Science and will be the home building to the Department of Physics.

Energetics provided LEED energy documentation as well as energy code compliance with the 2012 IECC using the energy model.

Image: Anderson Mason Dale Architects