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June 25,2014

The Studio is the first to be launched as part of the AIA Foundation’s National Resilience Program, which plans to open a total of five Regional...

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June 18,2014

Performance monitoring guidance is a key feature of the document. It provides designers of BAS systems with recommendations for good practice,...

June 11,2014

The quality of infrastructure in the U.S. ranks just 19th in the world, trailing countries such as Oman, Portugal, and Spain, according...

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June 11,2014

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has created the first standards to compare services of the world’s cities.

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June 05,2014

Farmers Insurance filed nine class action suits against nearly 200 communities in the Chicago area, saying that local governments should have...

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June 02,2014

The Green Parking Council, an affiliate of the International Parking Institute, has launched the Green Garage Certification program, the parking...

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May 28,2014

For some building owners, a new measurement standard could mean that their building would shrink in size and lose value.

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May 28,2014

New York City developers are using rooftop wind turbines in an effort to attract buyers by highlighting a building’s green credentials.

CBRE's global headquarters in Los Angeles is the world's first WELL-certified co
May 28,2014

The standard is the first protocol of its kind that focuses on improving human wellness within the built environment by identifying specific...

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May 22,2014
The publication provides guidelines on interface requirements between chilled-water systems and technology cooling systems and on the...