With a well-established track record in the higher education sector, SDC brought forth one of its most significant project accomplishments to date: LEED Platinum-level certification of four buildings on a shared master site at Washington University in St. Louis! Known as the University’s East End or Danforth Campus, this multi-faceted project featured four buildings: Henry A. and Elvira H. Jubel Hall, Anabeth and John Weil Hall, Craig and Nancy Schnuck Pavilion, Gary M. Sumers Welcome Center, which respectively became SDC’s 21st, 22nd, 23rd, and 24th LEED Platinum-level certified projects, along with their shared site infrastructure. Separate design teams led by KieranTimberlake and Moore Ruble Yudell worked together in an integrated fashion to achieve overall project sustainability success. ARCHITECT Magazine published the combined project in their February 2020 feature article, “Washington University’s East End Transformation”. In addition to being SDC’s first foray into the Midwest, this highly complex project showcased the firm’s capabilities in helping realize high-performance strategies at the most ambitious levels!