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Griffin Electric Gwinnett Technical College Barton Malow
Nov 23, 2011
Accommodating up to 3,000 students annually beginning this fall, the 78,000-sf, three-story facility consists of thirteen classrooms and twelve high-tech laboratories, in addition to several lecture halls and faculty offices.
Survey office technology
Nov 22, 2011
The survey also found that by 2015, the standard of square feet allocated per employee is expected to drop from 200 to estimates ranging from 50 to 100 square feet per person dependent upon the industry sector. 
California solar energy 2020 33%
Nov 22, 2011
Despite robust training programs, L.A. lacks solar jobs; lost opportunity for workers in high-need communities.
Nov 22, 2011
The government of Saskatchewan has approved construction of the Boundary Dam Integrated Carbon Capture and Storage Demonstration Project.
Green Matters Conference San Antonio
Nov 22, 2011
High-interest topics will be covered in technical seminars, including infrared reflective coatings for heat island mitigation, innovative uses of concrete to provide cooling and stormwater management, environmental benefits of polished...
Suffolk Construction Kensington residential building Boston
Nov 22, 2011
Project team breaks ground on 488,000-sf building that will feature world-class amenities.
Jones Lang LaSalle Uniglo Manhattan 5th avenue
Nov 22, 2011
Firm creates new global design standard serving as project manager for Uniglo’s 89,000-sf flagship location and, 64,000-sf store.
Mortenson Construction enXco wind project California
Nov 21, 2011
The 8,500 acres project will generate140 megawatts of wind power – enough energy to power approximately 39,000 homes.
FDH Engineering Energy Solutions Inc.
Nov 21, 2011
All ESI employees have been merged into FDH’s staff at its St. Louis office.
AGC webinar Davis Bacon compliance webinar
Nov 18, 2011
Webinar to be held in two sessions, Dec. 7 and 8 from 2:00-3:30 p.m. EST.
IgCC new building standards
Nov 18, 2011
The International Green Construction Code (IgCC) is expected to set a floor for building standards and may create the opportunity for LEED certifications to push toward higher ceilings.
OSHA safety fall rule
Nov 18, 2011
The new Occupational Safety and Health Administration rule requiring employers operating in the residential construction industry to use the same methods of fall protection that historically have been used in the commercial construction...