• Water-source Heat Pumps

    Johnson Controls Inc.’s commercial and vertical stacked water-source heat pumps can be used in water-loop, ground-water, or ground-loop applications.

     
  • Color-changing LED Step Lights

    BULBRITE has introduced Color Changing LED Step Lights.

     
  • Web Site Features Flooring

    Nora systems Inc. has launched a new Web site that supports the “All About Flooring, All About You” brand introduced earlier this year.

     
  • Course Addresses Green Walls

    “Introduction to Green Walls: Technology, Benefits and Design,” a Washington, D.C.-based American Institute of Architects continuing education systems course sponsored by Los Angeles-based greenscreen, explores characteristics of green façades, living walls, and green walls.

     
  • Point Park University, Pittsburgh

    The new dance complex at Point Park University recently achieved LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. At 44,000 square feet (4088 m2), the complex contains five rehearsal studios and performance spaces, with room for three additional studios.

     
  • Blue Sky Animation Studios, New York

    The studios, whose work includes movies such as “Ice Age” and television programs such as “The Sopranos,” needed its New York office to facilitate high-level creativity and productivity.

     
  • Acura Design Studio, Torrance, Calif.

    This design studio achieved LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

     
  • Used Tile Recycling Introduced

    Crossville has developed a system of processing ceramic and porcelain tile back into powder used in manufacturing new tile.

     
  • Grammy Winner to Open Greenbuild 2009

    Environmental advocate and nine-time Grammy winner Sheryl Crow will help open the U.S. Green Building Council’s Greenbuild 2009 International Conference and Expo to be held Nov. 11-13 in Phoenix.

     
  • Partnership Unveiled

    The Partnership for Sustainable Communities recently was unveiled by the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Department of Transportation.

     
  • H2-Whoa

    Las Vegas is a rather bright representation of the way we have come to take our most vital natural resource for granted.