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The building cost the city a whopping $146.5 million– which brings back the argu
July 02,2012

The 13-floor building can hold around 900 people, but consumes 60% less water and 32% less energy than most buildings of its kind.

Plumosa School of the Arts has been awarded LEED Gold by the USGBC.
July 02,2012

Education project dedicated to teaching sustainability in the classroom.

June 19,2012

Transparent new documentation allows end users to make more informed decisions when selecting ceilings for projects

June 18,2012

State-of-the-art facility provides a controlled testing environment of air and moisture infiltration/exfiltration in air barrier systems and...

Jerry Yudelson
June 14,2012

Sustainability planning, green building and water efficiency consultant, Jerry Yudelson keynoted the celebration of Spain’s first LEED Platinum...

June 13,2012

USGBC Center for Green Schools and other experts to present practical tips.

June 08,2012

The Living Building Challenge was chosen from a pool of 122 of entries from around the world.

June 08,2012

Student input on green elements provides learning experience.

The International Animal Health and Food Safety Institute at the K-State Olathe
June 01,2012

Aspects of the design included a curtain wall and punched openings allowing natural light deep into the building, regional materials were used,...

Interior lighting system designs that reduce night sky light pollution and suppo
May 23,2012

LEED certification of the AZ ARNG Readiness Center was based on a number of green design and construction features SAIC implemented that...