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  • 2009 Events

    Browse upcoming events in the green-building industry.

  • Nexamp, Inc. Completes Cape Cod's Largest Solar PV Install on Osterville Marina

    Oyster Harbors Marine recently completed installation of the largest solar photovoltaic system on Cape Cod atop the marina's new 20,000 square foot addition.

  • Study Reveals New Cap & Trade Winners and Losers

    A report released today by Synapse Energy Economics, Inc. of Cambridge, MA, shows that the impact of new greenhouse gas cap-and-trade policies across the country will vary greatly depending upon how carbon allowances are allocated and the electricity market structure.

  • McCollum Hall/ Harvard Business School

    Throughout McCollum Hall’s renovation, the project team analyzed and implemented available materials and practices that were sustainable. The project is in a dense urban area with many amenities within walking distance. A campus-wide irrigation audit identifies efficient fixtures to reduce the...

  • Biosquare Biomedical Laboratory Facility III

    BioSquare, Boston’s third state-of-the-art lab and research building, was awarded LEED for Core and Shell Certified status by the Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Green Building Council. The 176,000-square-foot (16350-m²), 8-story facility has incorporated an environmental-design program that involves a...

  • Manulife U.S. Headquarters

    Located in the heart of the emerging Seaport District, the Manulife Financial building is 14-stories high and 420,000 square feet (39018 m²).

  • Hamilton Hall/ Harvard Business School

    Originally constructed in 1926, Hamilton Hall began renovation in 2005 and now houses MBA students at Harvard Business School. The 48,000-squarefoot (4459-m²) dormitory earned LEED for New Construction Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, Washington, D.C.

  • Aldrich Hall/ Harvard Business School

    Aldrich Hall is a 102,825-square-foot (9552-m2) classroom for Harvard Business School’s MBA program. The building completed a three-phase gut renovation in September 2006, which provided the opportunity to green the building and led to a LEED for New Construction Silver certification from the...

  • Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center/ 34 Oak St.

    This 40,000-square-foot (3716-m2) building serves as a community center with support services, including a day-care center. It achieved LEED for Commercial Interiors Silver certification from the Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Green Building Council. Green attributes include energy and water savings...

  • Boston Children's Museum/ 300 Congress St.

    During its renovation and expansion, the Boston Children’s Museum used recycled and rapidly renewable materials, as well as added a green roof, storm-water-reclamation system, and real-time heating and cooling controls.