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on May 10,2012 in Feature

Our experts analyze the next generation of energy and green building codes and how they impact reconstruction.

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Certification for existing buildings under these two rating programs has overtaken that for new construction.

Daylighting model for the Edith Green–Wendell Wyatt Federal Building, named in h
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Five reconstruction projects in one city make a bottom-line case for reconstruction across the country.

on May 10,2012 in Feature

Building Teams are employing a wide variety of components and systems in their reconstruction projects.

Triple-pane windows provide natural light to significantly reduce electricity us
on May 10,2012 in Feature

Several case studies show how to successfully renovate existing structures into high-performance buildings.

on May 09,2012 in Feature

As a share of total construction activity reconstruction has been on the rise in the U.S. and Canada in the last few years, which creates a golden...

on May 07,2012 in Product Review

Rogers Centre, home to the MLB Toronto Blue Jays and the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League, wanted to gain control of its lighting...

on May 07,2012 in Product Review

The Denver Zoo’s new Toyota Elephant Passage project, which will use renewable energy, recycled water, natural daylight, and other green design...

on May 07,2012 in Product Review

When the design team DLR Group, Minneapolis, was ready to recommend wall panels for an Edison charter school in chilly Duluth, Minn., it wanted...

on May 07,2012 in Product Review

The Human Resource Development Center of the Seoul City government in South Korea uses Dye Solar Cell (DSC) stained glass windows to generate...