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    Zimmer Gunsul Frasca's design of the Region 8 headquarters is an Ecommercial category winner in the 2009 Evergreen Awards

  • Earthly Ethics

    Fulfilling Aldo Leopold's belief that ethical behavior includes respecting the land, the Leopold Legacy Center examines the relationships between buildings, their inhabitants and their sites

  • ASHRAE HQ a Living Lab for Monitoring

    Outfitted with the latest monitoring and control technology, the ASHRAE Headquarters provides a glimpse into the future of smart buildings.

  • U.S. EPA Joins Government, Industry and Academic Consortium to Develop Next Generation EcoCARs

    EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge today announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has joined the EcoCAR consortium of government, industry and academic leaders who are helping to develop the next generation of automotive engineers who will design and build the environmental...

  • Innovative Green Projects: 2009

    Seven of the most innovative green projects of 2009.

  • The Facts about Energy Recovery Ventilators

    ERVs recycle energy from the building’s exhaust air to pre-treat the outside air/ventilation air.

  • Ecosphere Technologies and Newfield Exploration Receive Permit Approval From Oklahoma Commission to Build and Operate Water Recycling Facility for Natural Gas

    Ecosphere Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: ESPH), a diversified water engineering and services company, announces today that the Corporation Commission of Oklahoma approved a permit application by Newfield Exploration Mid-Continent, Inc. to build and operate a water recycling plant utilizing the...

  • Optima Engineering Earns First LEED Platinum Certification in Charlotte Region

    CHARLOTTE, N.C., June 22 /PRNewswire/ -

  • 330 Stuart St.

    Base building renovations for this 9-story building included core redesign and lobby renovation and upgrades.

  • Grohmann Museum / Milwaukee School of Engineering

    Six sculptures sit amid this 10,000-square-foot (929-m2) vegetated roof that features sod rather than typical green-roof sedum.