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Ximena Rodriguez
Reflecting its growth and increasing global presence, New York-based architecture and interior design firm CetraRuddy named Ximena Rodriguez partner.

 

Duncan Griffin
HDR announced the hiring of Duncan Griffin, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, as a sustainable principal.

 

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High-Efficiency Urinal
Sloan, a leading manufacturer of commercial plumbing systems, has added a new Hybrid Retrofit Urinal to its collection of high-efficiency products that cut water use dramatically and make it easy to replace existing urinals — both traditional flushing and water-free styles.

 

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Innovative Lighting offers the new GENISYS Power over Ethernet Lighting Systems.


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Detroit Medical Center Creates Cardboard City During Design
TROY, Mich. — The Detroit Medical Center’s Children’s Hospital of Michigan in Troy opened its doors on Feb. 1

 

PHILADELPHIA — Temple University in Philadelphia has constructed multiple buildings to achieve LEED certification in the past years and continues to work towards a sustainable campus. 

 
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University of California Merced Continues Green Efforts
MERCED, Calif. — The University of California Merced has improved its sustainability rating through the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education’s Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS), after a long and rigorous review process, according to University of California Merced.

Mixed-Use Development in Boulder Earns LEED Platinum
BOULDER, Colo. — 1738 Pearl Street, a mixed-use property in downtown Boulder designed by Denver real estate investment company Unico Properties, recently achieved LEED Platinum Core and Shell, making it Boulder’s first privately owned LEED Platinum building, according to Unico Sustainability.

Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena Features Energy-Efficient Technologies
LAS VEGAS — The new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas is now one of the world’s most automated and energy-efficient entertainment, sporting and concert venues, as it features custom-designed connected technology solutions from Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management and automation.




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