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A religious congregation envisions a new building better suited to its needs than its existing facility. But the location is perfect at its present suburban property. How might it start over while also observing green design principles? Rooftops Project team member Carlee Cooper and Professor James Hagy tour the new home of the Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation in Evanston, Illinois, with Michael Ross of Ross Barney Architects. It is the first place of worship in the United States to receive a LEED Platinum designation.
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Hagy, James and Cooper, Carlee, "Profile - The Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation, Evanston, Illinois" (2014). Rooftops Project. 23.
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