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Don’t touch the ivy—it’s historic! The U40 Leadership Summit participants assemb
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More than 70 young—that is, under age 40—architects, engineers, and construction professionals descended on Chicago in early October with one...

Workers repair a failed glass curtain wall. “As glazed curtain walls age, many o
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Preventing and treating failure in glazed curtain wall systems. Earn 1.0 AIA/CES learning units by studying this article and successfully...

A ceiling-high stone fireplace framed by rustic wooden logs was created by artis
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Hotel boom signals good news for greener lodging facilities

The 15,000-sf 911 facility in Morris, Ill., designed and built by Wight & Co. fo
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Public sector remains a bastion of sustainability

The Edwin and Nancy Van Brunt Central Energy Plant, which powers the entire 34-a
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Green medical facilities extend beyond hospital walls

The LEED Platinum-rated Panama Commons, in Panama City, Fla., is a community of
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Sustainably designed apartments are apples of developers’ eyes

The LEED Platinum, net-zero-ready campus police substation at Miramar College, a
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More and more colleges and universities see sustainainably designed buildings as a given

College Park Elementary School, Virginia Beach, Va., has an integrated wetland g
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High-performance schools put ‘sustainability’ in the lesson plan

Net-zero energy Health Professions & Student Services Building, North Shore Comm
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Enter the new era of ‘disclosure and transparency’

Would architect Rick Joy’s Tucson studio be your choice for “iconic green buildi
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What does a green building look like? How would you know one if you saw one? Maybe a trivial question to some, but of great interest to architects...