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on April 16,2013 in Feature

From an orchid-shaped visitor center to California’s largest public works project, each of these projects benefited from IMP technology.

Due to open in August 2013, the West Branch library in Berkeley, Calif., replace
on March 27,2013 in Feature

The Building Team for Berkeley, Calif.’s new 9,500-sf West Branch library aims to achieve net-zero—and possibly net-positive—energy performance...

Enermodal staff at the firm’s annual employee conference (opposite) and Enermoda
on March 21,2013 in Feature

At Enermodal Engineering, there’s only one kind of building—a sustainable one.

The LEED Platinum, net-zero-ready campus police substation at Miramar College, a
on November 11,2012 in Feature

More and more colleges and universities see sustainainably designed buildings as a given

Net-zero energy Health Professions & Student Services Building, North Shore Comm
on November 11,2012 in Feature

Enter the new era of ‘disclosure and transparency’

Would architect Rick Joy’s Tucson studio be your choice for “iconic green buildi
on November 11,2012 in Column

What does a green building look like? How would you know one if you saw one? Maybe a trivial question to some, but of great interest to architects...

on November 11,2012 in Column

First, the good news: Nearly two-thirds of executives at real estate companies and corporations (64%) said it is “extremely likely” or “very...

on September 07,2012 in Feature

As PVs grow in popularity, nearly half of all installations require roof rack systems. Our expert tells how to do the job right and protect your...

Classroom at Ross (Calif.) School with balanced daylighting. School districts ar
on September 07,2012 in Feature

When educators and school administrators describe their vision for new K-12 school buildings as ‘21st-century learning spaces,’ they’re not...

on March 12,2012 in Feature

Retrofitting our existing commercial buildings is one of the key steps to overcoming the economic and environmental challenges we face.