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on March 13,2013 in Feature

From folding façades to colorful LED displays, these fantastical projects show off the architectural possibilities of wire mesh and perforated...

on July 13,2012 in Feature

Insulation, ceiling panels, sunshades.

The Golden Gate Bridge Pavilion marks the famous bridge's 75 years.
on June 22,2012 in Feature

With features such as Nichiha's Illumination series panels, super-insulating glass units, and LED lighting, the new Golden Gate Bridge Pavilion...

The Chicago Center for Green Technology is the nation’s first rehabilitated muni
on June 04,2012 in Feature

Chicago Center for Green Technology uses high-speed, energy-efficient hand dryers to share its green message and earn LEED credits.

on May 31,2012 in Feature

Curing agents; commercial faucets; wall-cladding systems.

The four-inch-thick Metl-Span insulated roof panels are finished in Cool Forest
on May 31,2012 in Feature

Metal roofing systems offer values such as longevity, favorable life cycle costs, and heightened aesthetic appeal.

Sensor-operated faucets, such as this wall-hung, ADA-compliant model, help impro
on May 31,2012 in Feature

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In the spring of 2009, Muhlenberg College embarked on an expansion and renovatio
on May 31,2012 in Feature

Seegers Student Union at Muhlenberg College has been reconstructed to serve as the core of social life on campus.

The current Ka Makani Community Center lobby entry following rehabilitation.
on May 31,2012 in Feature

An abandoned historic structure gains a new life as the focal point of a legendary military district in Hawaii.

The Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs’ Fort Lupton Readiness
on May 31,2012 in Feature

Defense spending may be down somewhat, but there’s still plenty of project dollars out there if you know where to look.