TSA alumni and faculty work on project that receives COTE Top Ten Award
NEW ORLEANS BIOINNOVATION CENTER RECEIVES COTE TOP TEN AWARD
The New Orleans BioInnovation Center (NOBIC)—a four-story, 65,000 SF, LEED Gold Certified, biotechnology laboratory and incubator facility—has been recognized as one of the year’s Top Ten Green Projects by the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Committee on the Environment (COTE).
Designed by Eskew+Dumez+Ripple, the building is the first laboratory in the State of Louisiana to achieve LEED-Gold Certification and balances beauty with function resulting in a facility that consumes less energy than 90% of its peers. Read the story here.
Tulane School of Architecture members who worked on the project:
José Alvarez, TSA '97, Project Architect
Cynthia Dubberley, TSA '97, Project Manager
Z Smith, TSA Faculty, Director of Sustainability
- Z Smith