Selected Projects

Johnson Hall of Science | St. Lawrence University
LEED Gold – First LEED Gold Academic or Laboratory Building in New York State

Croxton Collaborative Architects in association with Kling/Stubbins designed this highly sophisticated Bio/Chem laboratory building on the St. Lawrence University campus in Canton, New York. The project represents a unique effort by the entire team - client, student council, architects, engineers, lab and other consultants as well as maintenance staff - to create a leadership High Performance Building that exemplifies Environmental / Sustainable Design parameters in a challenging context. The project achieved LEED® Gold certification.

For a construction cost approximately 30% regional benchmarks for building type, the 115,000 sf Johnson Hall of Science accomplishes the following:

  • 98% reduction in stormwater discharge
  • 40% reduction in water use
  • 18% reduction in annual energy usage ($104,000)
  • 1-year payback on energy efficiency measures
  • 50% green power offset of building electrical load
  • 78% of construction debris diverted from landfills
  • 17% recycled content building materials