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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...

on December 06,2010 in Feature
Rising energy costs and a tough economic climate have forced the nation’s school districts to defer facility maintenance and delay construction...
on November 29,2010 in Feature

Power consumption for data centers doubled from 2000 and 2006, and it is anticipated to double again by 2011, making these mission-critical...

on November 05,2010 in Feature

Gary Heasley, president of New Millennium Building Systems, Fort Wayne, Ind., and EVP of its parent company, Steel Dynamics, Inc., tells BD+C...

on November 03,2010 in Product Review

For 20 on Hawthorne, a Gerding Edlen Development in Portland, Ore., designer GBD Architects used a CarMatrix system from Harding Steel. The system...

on November 03,2010 in Product Review
ThinkEco’s “modlet” (short for “modern outlet”) is an intelligent outlet that monitors energy use by appliances in offices, apartments, condos, or...
on November 03,2010 in Feature

The Milwaukee (Wis.) Community Sailing Center’s new facility on Lake Michigan counts a geothermal heating and cooling system among its...

on November 03,2010 in Feature

The Sustainable Energy Technology Center has broken ground in October on the Danville, Va., campus of the Institute for Advanced Learning and...