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LEED house is one of just three built by students across the nation

Oct 16, 2014 By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer

Community members gathered Tuesday to recognize a student-built duplex as the first LEED Silver-Certified building in Wyoming and in Riverton.

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U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi spoke at the Silver Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Certification Recognition for the duplex located at 409 S. Broadway Ave. in Riverton. The student-built duplex took three years to complete and is the first LEED residential dwelling in Fremont County. Photos by Tibby McDowell

U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi spoke at the Silver Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Certification Recognition for the duplex located at 409 S. Broadway Ave. in Riverton. The student-built duplex took three years to complete and is the first LEED residential dwelling in Fremont County. Photos by Tibby McDowell


U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi spoke at the Silver Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Certification Recognition for the duplex located at 409 S. Broadway Ave. in Riverton. The student-built duplex took three years to complete and is the first LEED residential dwelling in Fremont County. Photos by Tibby McDowell

U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi spoke at the Silver Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Certification Recognition for the duplex located at 409 S. Broadway Ave. in Riverton. The student-built duplex took three years to complete and is the first LEED residential dwelling in Fremont County. Photos by Tibby McDowell

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