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Restoration of a Central Quadrangle Serves as a Model for Future Development at UB Google 翻訳
The restoration of a central, 2.3-acre quadrangle at UB by a renowned landscape architecture firm showcases the kind of sustainable landscaping that will define campus grounds as UB implements its long-range plan.Harriman's $1.8 million makeover emphasizes environmental sustainability and dynamic campuses that give members of the UB community opportunities to learn and socialize in and out of class.


Renowned artist and landscape architect to Design Solar Array on UB Campus Google 翻訳
UB and the New York Power Authority (NYPA) announced that internationally renowned artist and landscape architect Walter Hood of Oakland, Calif., is the winner of a public art competition to design the 1.1 megawatt solar array that will be constructed by NYPA this year on UB's North Campus. When complete, the UB solar installation's 5,000 photovoltaic (PV) panels will generate solar energy for 735 student apartments at UB, reducing the university's carbon emissions by more than 500 metric tons per year.


Downtown expansion tied to East Side plan Google 翻訳
The UB Foundation Inc. has reached an agreement to purchase the McCarley Gardens subsidized housing complex on the south side of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus so that UB can use the land for expansion of its Downtown Campus. It’s anticipated that all conditions for sale of the property, which is contingent on U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development approval, will be met by 2017.


UB, Amherst to cooperate on development Google 翻訳
UB and the Town of Amherst have signed an agreement of cooperation for development of land adjacent to the North Campus in ways consistent with the town’s bicentennial comprehensive plan and UB's comprehensive physical plan, which guides the university's implementation of the UB 2020 strategic vision to become a model 21st century university.


First steel erected for UB-Kaleida project Google 翻訳
Despite a difficult economy, state budget woes and the ever-challenging weather, construction of UB and Kaleida Health’s global vascular institute and research building is moving full speed ahead


New spaces improving life and learning Google 翻訳
New public spaces that will improve the quality of life and learning are taking shape, with projects ranging from outdoor rain gardens to hallway "study bars." Such upgrades represent progress toward fulfilling goals outlined in the Comprehensive Physical Plan.


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