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on April 10,2013 in Feature

Charter schools are growing like Topsy. But don’t jump on board unless you know what you’re getting into.

Due to open in August 2013, the West Branch library in Berkeley, Calif., replace
on March 27,2013 in Feature

The Building Team for Berkeley, Calif.’s new 9,500-sf West Branch library aims to achieve net-zero—and possibly net-positive—energy performance...

on March 20,2013 in Feature

Single-glazed storefronts in the student center at California’s West Valley College were replaced with aluminum-framed, thermally broken windows...

Building Teams should help owners explore the length of payback period versus be
on March 01,2012 in Feature

Lighting experts offer Building Team members critical information to consider before upgrading lighting systems to LEDs.

on October 12,2011 in Feature

Office designs are adjusting to dramatic changes in employee work habits. Goodbye, cube farm. Hello, bright, open offices with plenty of...

on March 17,2011 in Product Review

Hope’s Windows were installed in the U.S. Marines Memorial Chapel in Quantico, Va., a small 77-seat facility designed by Denver-based...

John Tyler Community College
on January 21,2011 in Feature (Web Exclusive)

The new 60,000-sf science building at John Tyler Community College in Midlothian, Va., just earned LEED Silver, the first facility in the...

on January 12,2011 in Product Review

The new campus building for Reykjavik University in Iceland’s capital benefits from a Zumtobel Luxmate daylight sensor system specially...

on January 12,2011 in Product Review

NanaGlass SL25 is a frameless opening glass wall system for balconies, patios, and decks in multifamily buildings.

on January 09,2011 in Product Review

The Solar Powered Dimmer, made to work with 10-inch tubular skylights, uses a remote control to adjust the amount of sunlight allowed into the...