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A new visual tool from Guardian helps architects evaluate how different types of glass will look once installed in a project. Guardian's “SunGuard...
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ACH Foam Technologies' R-Control Structural Insulated Panels were specified to frame unique architectural features on roof sections of Severance (...
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Wal-Mart plans to install Cree LRP-38 LED light bulbs in 650 stores during 2010. Designed to last 50,000 hours, the LRP-38s consume 82% less energy...
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A new insulated wall panel features a hard, aggregated, fiber-reinforced polymer coating that provides the appearance of finished precast concrete...

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The Lancaster, Calif., YMCA wanted its new building to be comfortable while maintaining good indoor air quality and earning LEED points. Mechanical...
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The new retractable roof over the Centre Court at Wimbledon is made of Gore Tenara Architectural Fabric. More than 5,200 square meters of the fabric...
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The U.S. Green Building Council has integrated Convia, a smart building platform, into its new 75,000-sf headquarters in Washington, D.C. The fitout...
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If you've been really sick in Magnolia, Ark., chances are you've been to Magnolia Hospital. This municipal facility has been a healthcare beacon for...
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Towering above the Chicago skyline at 1,450 feet, Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) is the tallest building in North America. Its newest...
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The patented design of the Eco 3 toilet uses pressurized air to create a powerful vortex and vacuum effect, allowing the toilet to flush all contents...