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April 30,2012

The $1.2 million project consisted of a 16,000-sf interior renovation.

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.

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...

Nila Leiserowitz (Tribune illustration by Rick Tuma).
April 26,2012

Leiserowitz became regional managing principal in Chicago for San Francisco-based architecture and design giant Gensler a little more than a year...

DensDeck panels have been shown to withstand delamination, deterioration, warpin
April 26,2012

Now more than ever, a well-insulated and well protected roof is critical in new or renovated commercial buildings.

Designed as the cornerstone of Orlando’s Pine Hills community, the new 21st cent
April 26,2012

School replacement designed by SchenkelShultz Architecture and constructed by Williams Co.

The Freshwater Skyscraper will be able to irrigate a one-hectare field of tomato
April 25,2012

The Freshwater Skyscraper will address the issue of increasing water scarcity through a process known as transpiration

The 180,000-sf, six-story laboratory was completed in 2011 as part of the master
April 25,2012

Project receives LEED Gold Certification.