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May 03,2012

New NSF Standard provides manufacturers, specifiers and building industry with verifiable, objective criteria to identify sustainable roofing...

Village Green was primarily funded by an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
May 02,2012

Sustainable design achievable without having to add significant cost; owner and residents reap benefits

Construction crews set in place a steel horizontal beam at a height (C) CBS News
May 01,2012

One World Trade Center, being built at the site of the fallen twin towers, surpassed the Empire State Building on Monday as the tallest building...

The MLK, Jr. Multi-Service Ambulatory Care Center will pursue a variety of LEED
May 01,2012

Featuring a variety of sustainable features, the new facility is designed to achieve LEED Gold Certification.

Experts from the EPA, along with architects and builders will present ways to de
April 27,2012

Architects and builders interested in developing water-efficient buildings invited to attend free sessions featuring experts discussing water-...

Located in Hampton Bays, N.Y., the $42-million, 146,400-sf structure received th
April 27,2012

School was the first LEED-certified public school in the state of New York.

The Freshwater Skyscraper will be able to irrigate a one-hectare field of tomato
April 25,2012

The Freshwater Skyscraper will address the issue of increasing water scarcity through a process known as transpiration

The 180,000-sf, six-story laboratory was completed in 2011 as part of the master
April 25,2012

Project receives LEED Gold Certification.

Jason F. McLennan
April 24,2012

McLennan was recognized for his work on the Living Building Challenge.

April 20,2012

President Bill Clinton to deliver keynote address at 
largest solar energy event in the Americas.