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Barney Davis Green Restoration

Green building isn’t a new concept to Denison; the Denison Homestead, created in the 1970s, and historic Barney-Davis Hall, renovated in 1996, stand as proof of the college’s commitment to sustainable building practices. In 2008, Denison made a commitment for all new campus construction to be built to sustainable standards, as set by the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design - LEED rating system. Since then the Bryant Arts Center, Ebaugh Laboratories, Trumbull Aquatics Center, and Chamberlin Hall have all undergone renovation and have been certified as LEED Gold buildings. 

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Money With Purpose

As Founder and Managing Partner of Houston-based GEC, Jonathan Fairbanks ’88 is helping to fund the future of energy.

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