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February 08,2012

Leaders of California cities had been trying to fashion a compromise with lawmakers after the state Supreme Court ruled the state had the...

February 08,2012

The disagreement was over whether the prisoners should have been paid prevailing wage for their brief time on the job because the project was paid...

January 30,2012

These developments demonstrate the dynamic nature of the market and the continued need for development of program standards of many different...

January 26,2012

The EPA says it will seek more data and is accepting comments until March 5.

January 26,2012

The dispute arose over multimillion-dollar leaks at the University of Connecticut's law library.

January 05,2012

Once seen as a cost burden, building to LEED standards is now an "easy call," according to Dan Probst, chairman of energy and sustainability for...

January 05,2012

GreenStep Cities, a Minnesota initiative, was designed to provide greater recognition to the state's communities for achievements in meeting...

January 05,2012

Some changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act go into effect beginning March 15, 2012.

January 05,2012

Some Ontario builders are worried that new building code requirements with stricter energy efficiency measures could lead to poor indoor air...

January 05,2012

Some changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act go into effect beginning March 15, 2012.