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on April 16,2013 in Feature

From an orchid-shaped visitor center to California’s largest public works project, each of these projects benefited from IMP technology.

on April 15,2013 in Feature

To achieve the goals of sustainability and high performance, stakeholders in new construction and renovation projects must rein in energy...

Friendship Technology Preparatory Academy, an 80,000-sf science and technology p
on April 10,2013 in Feature

Competition for grants, loans, and bond financing among charter schools is heating up, so make your clients aware of these potential sources.

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.

Jared Krieger (right) conducts a project coordination meeting with two of his Ge
on April 05,2013 in Feature

Gensler's Jared Krieger offers important tips and advice for managing complex BIM/VDC-driven projects.

on April 03,2013 in Feature

It is hard to talk about restoration without talking about sustainability. This two-hour interactive online course discusses the role that...

on April 02,2013 in Feature

If you do hotels, schools, student unions, office buildings, performing arts centers, transportation facilities, or any structure with a lobby,...

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...

Enermodal staff at the firm’s annual employee conference (opposite) and Enermoda
on March 21,2013 in Feature

At Enermodal Engineering, there’s only one kind of building—a sustainable one.

BD+C's 2011 White Paper: Zero and Net-Zero Energy Buildings + Homes
on February 21,2013 in Feature

We submit our eighth White Paper on Sustainability in the hope that it will inspire architects, engineers, contractors, building owners,...