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on April 03,2012 in Feature

Two new PV systems; a lighter shelf; and fire alarm/emergency communication system.

on April 03,2012 in Product Review

The Wyoming Highway Patrol's Torrington Port of Entry station at the Nebraska border had a problem: intense sunlight in the summer and glare from...

on April 03,2012 in Product Review

A skyscraper in New York City is using Mage Powertec Plus modules to reduce electricity consumption and decrease carbon emissions.

on March 12,2012 in Feature

Retrofitting our existing commercial buildings is one of the key steps to overcoming the economic and environmental challenges we face.

By BD+C Staff on March 02,2012 in Product Review

The lab exhaust system is compliant with the IMC and UMC codes and approved by three UC campuses: Berkeley, San Francisco, and Irvine. Pacific...

The use of light load-bearing glass to create transparent stairs, floors, and ot
on March 01,2012 in Feature

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A patient room at Methodist Women’s Hospital, Omaha, Neb. HDR Architecture desig
on March 01,2012 in Feature

The healthcare design and construction picture has been muddied by uncertainty over the new healthcare law. Hospital systems are in a bind, not...

on February 02,2012 in Feature

When the University embarked on its first major addition since the opening of Hutchins Hall in 1933, preserving the Collegiate Gothic-style...