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HOK sustainability expert Mary Ann Lazarus tapped by AIA for strategy consulting
February 25,2013

Mary Ann Lazarus, FAIA, LEED® AP BD+C, has accepted a two-year consulting position with the American Institute of Architects in Washington, DC....

January 07,2013

Yudelson, a Contributing Editor to Building Design+Construction, says, “It looks like a good year ahead for the green building industry. Based on...

Valencia College at Lake Nona’s innovative new $21.7 million Academic Building d
November 20,2012

Featuring the latest technologies, the three-story, academic facility includes academic spaces and teaching laboratories, student services, a book...

November 14,2012

Light control manufacturer Lutron Electronics partners with Mermet and announces new sensor calibration service.

October 03,2012

LEED v4 drafts and the public comment tool are now available on the newly re-launched, re-envisioned...

September 26,2012

Your firm is invited to contribute to this special issue, which will be distributed at Greenbuild San Francisco, Nov. 14-16, 2012.

Perkins+Will’s design is planned around a multi-story atrium that connects the s
July 11,2012

Largest one-time funded Connecticut state project and first designed to be LEED Gold.

The design also provides Skanska’s employees with an open atmosphere, allowing f
July 11,2012

Construction firm’s new 19,100-sf office targets LEED Gold certification.

The building cost the city a whopping $146.5 million– which brings back the argu
July 02,2012

The 13-floor building can hold around 900 people, but consumes 60% less water and 32% less energy than most buildings of its kind.

Plumosa School of the Arts has been awarded LEED Gold by the USGBC.
July 02,2012

Education project dedicated to teaching sustainability in the classroom.