Taft High School as one of 10 super rad LEED public projects  News  admin  17-Oct-2014  0  1096 reads


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Recently the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) published a list of 10 super rad LEED public projects 

As #4 they listed the Taft Information Technology High School:

4. Taft Information Technology High School, Cincinnati, OH

It would be wrong for this list to not include a LEED-certified school, as an incredible part of this movement is the public sector recognizing that where kids learn matters. The leader in green schools is the state of Ohio, clocking in at 158 LEED-certified public schools. For an example of the amazing work being done in that state, check out the LEED Platinum Taft Information Technology High School in Cincinnati, which is sporting one of the region’s largest green vegetated roofs. Cincinnati also runs a tax abatement program for LEED homes that has been hugely successful. Props!

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