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UNT students and staff get hands-on experience working with green technologies a
May 03,2012

The living lab—the only one of its kind in Texas—is designed to test various technologies and systems in order to achieve a net-zero consumption...

May 03,2012

The project scope includes a wastewater treatment plant, demolition of the existing high school and extensive athletic fieldwork.

Village Green was primarily funded by an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
May 02,2012

Sustainable design achievable without having to add significant cost; owner and residents reap benefits

May 01,2012

The white paper highlights considerations that impact which type of technology is most appropriate for various restroom environments.

Part exhibition and performance space, part lab and incubator, the 38,000-sf bui
April 30,2012

Institute for Contemporary Art will serve as a catalyst for exhibitions, programs, research and collaboration.

Experts from the EPA, along with architects and builders will present ways to de
April 27,2012

Architects and builders interested in developing water-efficient buildings invited to attend free sessions featuring experts discussing water-...

April 27,2012

Design professionals who are members of APA’s Professional Associates are automatically enrolled in the APA Designers Circle program.

The buildings feature fenestration that shades the external glass skin with copp
April 27,2012

LEO A DALY, in collaboration with Local Design Institute WDCE, wins competition to design Phase 2, Plot B, of Campus.

Located in Hampton Bays, N.Y., the $42-million, 146,400-sf structure received th
April 27,2012

School was the first LEED-certified public school in the state of New York.

April 26,2012

On Sept. 29, 2012, participants from all over the world will volunteer to make the schools and campuses in their communities healthier and more...