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  • Signature Logan Terminal/ Logan International Airport

    Terminal A’s redevelopment maximized green technology, including recyclable materials, natural lighting, energy-conservation plans and alternative-fuel utilization.

  • World Trade Center West Podium/Boston

    At 15,000 square feet (1394 m2), this extensive green roof is an unirrigated 5-inch- (127-mm-) deep dual-media assembly.

  • Eco-Structure Recognizes Evergreen Awards Winners

    In conjunction with the recent Greenbuild International Conference and Expo, eco-structure hosted a cocktail party at Parris at Ned Devine’s in Boston’s Faneuil Hall Marketplace to recognize the winners and judges of its inaugural Evergreen Awards program.

  • Boston Hosts Successful Greenbuild

    For three days last November, more than 28,000 green-building professionals gathered in Boston to share new ideas and technologies and learn about upcoming trends in the industry.

  • Fiesta! from Cambridge

    Fiesta! from Cambridge is a versatile textured loop carpet for commercial applications. It captures the rich, Earthy tones and bright accent colors of Mexico in nine different colorways.

  • Second Nature Helps Students Live And Learn Green

    Anthony Cortese, ScD, president of Boston-based Second Nature, discusses the important role higher education plays in the green movement.

  • Planned Office Tower Earns LEED Pre-certification

    A 49-story office tower in the planned, mixed-use South Station Air Rights Project is the first Boston building to be pre-certified in the Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Core and Shell development program.

  • Boston Green Projects

    Browse through 15 of Boston's green buildings.

  • A Boston Residential Project Scales Past Convention

    A condominium project in South Boston became the first multifamily residential project in New England to earn a LEED Gold rating from the Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Green Building Council.

  • A Boston Non-Profit Inspires Ecological Stewardship

    Boston's Artists for Humanities EpiCenter intimates its historic Boston neighborhood while clearly expressing its artistic, green sensibility.