The Seaver Biology Building on Pomona College’s campus is an
example of sustainable design which reduces consumption of
precious resources. The building is 46,270 square-feet and three
stories and includes offices and research labs for the biology faculty,
greenhouses, instrument rooms, sterilizer and glass washing rooms,
incubator rooms, darkrooms, walk-in warm and cold rooms, sterile
transfer rooms, classrooms and advanced teaching labs and student
Pan-Pacific helped achieve the LEED-Silver Certification by utilizing recycled and local materials, providing the support for the cool roof and installing waterless urinals and dual-flush toilets.