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| Oct 6, 2011

GREENBUILD 2011: NEXT Living EcoSuite showcased


Tridel teams up with Cisco and Control4 to unveil the future of green condo living in Canada.

| Oct 4, 2011


Click here for the latest news and products from Greenbuild 2011, Oct. 4-7, in Toronto.

| Oct 4, 2011

GREENBUILD 2011: Methods, impacts, and opportunities in the concrete building life cycle

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Concrete Sustainability Hub conducted a life-cycle assessment (LCA) study to evaluate and improve the environmental impact and study how the “dual use” aspect of concrete.

| Sep 28, 2011

Look who's coming to BD+C's Under-40 Leadership Summit

AEC industry "under-40 superstars" from top design and construction firms have signed up for BD+C's "Under-40 Leadership Summit."

| Sep 28, 2011

Bradley sponsors design studio on intelligent buildings for UWM SARUP

 The studio is taught by Gregory D. Thomson, assistant professor and co-director of the Institute for Ecological Design at UWM.

| Sep 23, 2011

ABI turns positive after four monthly declines

On the heels of a period of weakness in design activity, the Architecture Billings Index (ABI) took a sudden upturn in August.

| Sep 19, 2011

Portland team hired as LEED and commissioning consultants for $5.5B downtown sustainable project in Qatar

The $5.5 billion sustainable downtown regeneration project underway by Msheireb Properties will transform a 76 acres site at the centre of Doha, Qatar’s capital city, recreating a way of living that is rooted in Qatari culture, attracting residents back to the city center and reversing the trend for decentralization.

| Sep 14, 2011

USGBC L.A. Chapter's Green Gala features Jason McLennan as keynote speaker

The Los Angeles Chapter of the nonprofit USGBC will launch its Sustainable Innovation Awards this year during the chapter's 7th Annual Green Gala on Thursday, November 3.

| Sep 12, 2011

LACCD’s $6 billion BIM connection


The Los Angeles Community College District requires every design-build team in its massive modernization program to use BIM, but what they do with their 3D data after construction is completed may be the most important change to business as usual.

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