Top Products

Throughout the year, EDC runs a New+Notable section. Our "winners" are the ones that have received the most requests for more information.

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2012 Top Products

The May 2012 issue of EDC brought with it a new partnership with USGBC, a new look and a detailed examination of one jobsite going paperless. 


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2011 Top Products

Find out which products best captured our readers’ fancy in our top 10 products of 2011.


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2011 Top Products

With the exception of a couple of products, materials relating to air quality appeared to be top priority on readers’ lists, and for good reason.  


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2010 Top Products

There appears to be a trend in Sustainable Facility’s (SF) yearly roundup of the most requested products. Last year, we noted that the majority of products focused on energy conservation. 
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2010 Top Products

Some years are more difficult to find the common theme among ED+C’s Top Products. 2010 wasn’t one of them. 
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2009 Top Products

In December, Sustainable Facility takes a count of the products in its New+Notable and Product Focus sections that have received the most reader requests for more information throughout the year.
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2013 Top Products

In this space last year we said a lot more jobsites could be going paperless in the future—or at least be incorporating more mobile computing devices. Judging by this year’s results of the 2013 Top Products, we officially know we’re not going (too) crazy. It’s glaringly obvious that the market for accessing important information on the go has rapidly evolved in just one year and will continue to change. We wonder what’s in store for 2014, but for now enjoy the products that interested you—the reader of EDC’s print, digital, eNewsletter and, of course, mobile content—most in 2013.

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Metl-Span panels have contributed to energy-efficient projects including 502 Rigsbee, Ballard Blocks, Haughton Middle School, and Pacific Plaza.

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NCI Group's Candy McNamee, LEED Green Associate, explains how dematerialization can greatly affect the building industry over time, how AEC professionals will be challenged to incorporate the practice into their work and what the benefits are.

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