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Why Ohio Needs LEED Buildings

June 1, 2014
The belief that LEED will impact the Buckeye State in a profoundly negative way runs counter to nearly a decade of reality.
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Achieving Lofty Goals with Submeters

February 4, 2014
Electric submeters were used to measure and verify the Las Vegas Bonneville Transit Center’s energy consumption, helping it become LEED-NC Platinum certified just two years after opening.
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Is Effective Governance Still Possible?

How LEED is maintaining its authority and influence in the market—for now.
December 2, 2013
Is LEED actually governing the building industry? If so, on whose authority?
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Excellence in Design Winner 2013

GSA Sustainably Maintains a Historic Legacy

The renovation of a historic federal office building and courthouse in Texas shows a clear look into the future of energy-efficient building design.
November 14, 2013
Built on the grounds of the Alamo in 1937, the six-story, Beaux Arts-style Hipolito F. Garcia Federal Building and United States Courthouse in San Antonio, Texas, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.
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The Real Green Giant

November 1, 2013
Although it’s not the primary influencer when we think of sustainability, the U.S. Federal Government has spent more than a century promoting improvements in the environmental and sustainability movement.
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Sustainable Fun with a Spray Playground

October 3, 2013
As part of a $500 million public/private effort to sustainably revitalize one of the most economically and socially depressed communities in the Greater New York area, sustainability shares the stage with fun at a new park.
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Leveraging the Benefits of Collaborative Design and Construction

July 29, 2013

A construction manager/general contractor approach was used to build the new Windsor Readiness Center in Colorado, resulting in the first LEED Platinum facility for the Army National Guard.


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Montana’s EPICenter: Pioneering the Living Building

July 9, 2013
Though the world’s most energy-efficient building never materialized in the mid-‘90s, its effect is felt to this day.
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DART’s Historic Structural Renovation

June 1, 2013
Structural solutions help an early 20th century maintenance facility in Dallas become a LEED Platinum police headquarters.
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U.S. Had Nearly 750,000 Clean Job Openings in Q1 2013

May 8, 2013

National findings include growth in the solar industry, increase in alternative fueling stations and LEED certifications.
 


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Check out some LEED-approved projects this month, including an upgrade from LEED Gold to LEED Platinum, LEED certification in Russia, and the Residential winner for the Excellence In Design Awards.
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