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January 19,2012

The Odebrecht Award for sustainable development rewards future leaders in engineering and chemistry.

January 04,2012

Construction is scheduled to begin in June 2012, and will be completed by December 2012.

Maj. Gen. Harry George Armstrong Complex at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
January 04,2012

The academic-style facility supports education/training and research functions, and contains classrooms, auditoriums, laboratories, administrative...

December 27,2011

Once completed, the new building addition will double the size of the data center which houses sophisticated computer networks that store massive...

University of Texas at Dallas USGGBC Green Schools 2011
December 27,2011

Recipient schools and regions from across the nation - from K-12 to higher education - were recognized for a variety of sustainable, cost-cutting...

The new 200,000-sf Dineen Hall, Syracuse University College of Law.
December 20,2011

The design reflects an organizational clarity and professional sophistication that anticipates the user experience of students, faculty, and...

December 16,2011

The sustainable building solution, built for approximately $255-sf, features innovative materials and intelligent building systems that align with...

USGBC World Green Building Council's Government Leadership Awards
December 05,2011

USGBC commends two U.S. cities for their innovation in green building leadership.

Fraser Brown MacKenna Green Gown Award GE Fogg Building
December 05,2011

Working closely with staff at Queen Mary University of London, MEP Engineers Mott MacDonald, Cost Consultants Burnley Wilson Fish and main...

Griffin Electric Gwinnett Technical College Barton Malow
November 23,2011

Accommodating up to 3,000 students annually beginning this fall, the 78,000-sf, three-story facility consists of thirteen classrooms and twelve...