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New Home of Stanford Graduate School of Business honored as Green Project of the year

Citing more innovative sustainable design features than any other business school in the country, the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal has named the Knight Management Center--future home of the GSB--winner of its 2010 Green Project of the Year, Private Award.

The Knight Management Center is scheduled for completion in spring 2011 and strives to be a generator of clean energy, a responsible user of water, and an exceptional environment for its inhabitants.

The GSB is seeking a LEED(R) Platinum rating, the highest level of certification currently offered by the LEED(R) Green Building Rating System from the U.S. Green Building Council, and features innovative heating and cooling systems, the use of reclaimed building materials, extensive natural lighting and ventilation, and an on-site solar array.

As you can imagine, everyone here is very excited about our future new home!

Learn more about the Knight Management Center...