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  • Greenbuild 2010

    For those readers who could not attend the green building extravaganza in Chicago, here’s a brief look at some of show’s news.

  • Knight Wall Systems CI-Girt

    Knight Wall Systems has launched the CI-Girt, a rainscreen system that accommodates continuous rigid insulation on the exterior to increase the structure’s energy efficiency.

  • Performance Issues

    As green building-related litigation rises, ECO-STRUCTURE offers a less-litigious enviornment in which to explore building performance and sustainability. This month: the 2010 Evergreen Awards.

  • November 2010 E-newsletter Editor's Note

    ECO-STRUCTURE and ARCHITECT team up to give you a taste of what to expect at Greenbuild International Conference and Expo.

  • September E-newsletter Editor's Note

    ECO-STRUCTURE and ARCHITECT are looking for industry feedback on the process of evaluating and specifying green materials, as well as submissions of new sustainable products.

  • It’s Time to Take the Lead on Water

    Population growth means demand for water will continue to rise. We need to focus on conservation now--even when it's raining.

  • A Walk in the Trees

    A canopy walk at the Morris Arboretum at the University of Pennsylvania puts visitors out on a limb.

  • Thinking Big About Going Green

    When it comes to the issues of size and sustainability, it's time to think big about the scale of going green, not about consumption.

  • EPA Launches Energy Efficiency Contest

    Fourteen commercial buildings will compete to see which structure can trim its energy use the most by October 2010.

  • University of Virginia Medical Center

    While it is known for its Thomas Jefferson-inspired architecture, the University of Virginia goes modular with a new addition to its medical center.