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Mohamed A. ElGawady, associate professor of civil, architectural and environ
on February 14,2014 in Feature

Research could lead to blocks that use waste material and have seismic and insulating benefits.

Coventry University’s Lanchester Library was designed by U.K. firm Alan Short &
on January 11,2014 in Feature

When targeting net-zero energy performance, AEC professionals are advised to tackle energy demand first. This AIA course covers brick masonry's...

on January 07,2014 in Feature

Slowed by the recession—and often by protracted negotiations—some big redevelopment plans are now moving ahead. Here’s a sampling of nine major...

on December 10,2013 in Feature

From a crowd-funded smart shovel to a why-didn’t-someone-do-this-sooner scheme for managing traffic in public restrooms, these ideas are...

The newly opened UCLA Outpatient Surgery and Medical Building consists of two wi
on November 27,2013 in Feature

LEED for Healthcare debuted in spring 2011, and certifications are now beginning to roll in. They include the new Puyallup (Wash.) Medical Center...

The Bridge Building on the Cumberland River in Nashville was recently transforme
on November 15,2013 in Feature

The BD+C editorial team brings you this special report on the latest green building trends across nine key market sectors. 

The Iowa Utilities Board/Office of Consumer Advocate building, in Des Moines, ea
on November 13,2013 in Feature

With the economy picking up, many stalled government contracts are reaching completion and earning their green credentials.

As part of its IntelliCommand building operations management service, Jones Lang
on November 08,2013 in Feature
Real estate services giant Jones Lang LaSalle set out to answer these questions when it partnered with Pacific Controls to develop 
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The 8,500-sf Jackson Sustainable Winery Building at the University of California
on November 08,2013 in Feature

Some science-design experts once believed high levels of sustainability would be possible only for low-intensity labs in temperate zones. But...

As the first multifamily project certified net-zero by the International Living
on November 08,2013 in Feature

The 10-unit zHome in Issaquah Highlands, Wash., is the nation’s first net-zero multifamily project, as certified this year by the International...