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on January 09,2011 in Product Review

The York model YK-EP Energy Plus large capacity centrifugal chiller features a patent-pending mechanical compression economizer cycle that...

on January 09,2011 in Product Review

The podium wall system on Tower One of the One World Trade Center in New York City will feature more than 2,000 pieces of Starphire ultra-clear...

on January 09,2011 in Product Review

With a tight deadline and budget, designers of Georgia State University’s four-building, 2,000-bed student housing complex needed a wall...

DuPont
on December 20,2010 in Product Review

As part of an effort to revitalize a neighborhood in Bordeaux, France, that was bombed during World War II, local design firm Architecture King...

on December 20,2010 in Product Review

The Jubilee Park Resource and Communities Centers wanted its building to blend old and new architecture styles to visually unify its Dallas...

on December 20,2010 in Product Review

New aLuminate light shelves help buildings earn LEED points by increasing the effect of natural light and decreasing the need for artificial...

Firestone Building Products
on December 20,2010 in Product Review

The SkyScape vegetated roof system consists of double interlocking trays in modular or multi-layer options. Each system features a protective root...

Sage Electrochromics Inc.
on December 20,2010 in Product Review

As part of its quest for a LEED Silver rating for its Community and Student Services Center, Chabot College in Hayward, Calif., aimed for a 42%...

Dow Building Solutions
on December 20,2010 in Product Review

Looking to save money on capital costs and energy on Syracuse University’s new Carmelo K. Anthony Basketball Center, local firm King &...

College of Electrical and Computer Engineering
on December 17,2010 in Feature

A new $90 million, 250,000-sf classroom and laboratory facility with a 450-seat auditorium for the College of Electrical and Computer Engineering...