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on October 13,2010 in Feature

A curving, 550-foot-long glass arcade dubbed the “Wall of Light” is the standout architectural and sustainable feature of the Battery...

on October 13,2010 in Feature

Construction is moving along on Hudson County Community College’s North Hudson Campus Center in Union City, N.J. The seven-story, 92,000-sf...

on October 13,2010 in Feature

The residents of Silver Spring, Md., will soon have a new 112,000-sf library. The project is aiming for LEED Silver certification.

on October 13,2010 in Feature

The 187,032-sf East County Hall of Justice in Dublin, Calif., will be oriented to take advantage of daylighting, with exterior sunshades...

on October 12,2010 in Feature

27th Annual Reconstruction Awards — Gold Award. When the Boston Watch Company opened its factory in 1854 on the banks of the Charles River...

on October 06,2010 in Feature

The DOE's National Renewable Energy Laboratory has almost 600 window openings, and yet it's targeting LEED Platinum, net-zero energy use,...

on October 06,2010 in Product Review
Made with polycarbonate panels to provide UV protection, Duo-Gard’s new line of bike shelters is available in standard or custom styles and sizes.
on September 13,2010 in Column

Jean Carroon, FAIA, LEED AP, principal at Goody Clancy and author of Sustainable Preservation: Greening Existing Buildings, on the importance of...

on September 13,2010 in Feature

A Building Team preserves the historic facade of a Broadway theater en route to creating the first green playhouse on the Great White Way.

on September 13,2010 in Column