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Duncan Griffin, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has joined Seattle-based HDR as sustainable principal, dedicated to helping clients create sustainable solutions aligned with their enterprise goals.

 

John Whaling
Protectowire FireSystems, a pioneer in the fire protection industry, has promoted long-time team member John Whaling to the position of president.


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Outdoor Luminaire
Power-management company Eaton announced the launch of its award-winning Invue Arbor family of LED luminaires that feature the company’s patented WaveStream LED technology.

 

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Digital-Access Lock
New from Alarm Lock, a division of NAPCO Security Technologies, the Trilogy T2 DL2700LD with LocDown is ideal for K-12 school and campus security. 
 
 
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Window Film: A Necessary Safety Measure for Schools
A school is meant to be a safe place for students to learn. In light of recent tragic events in our nation’s schools, school leaders and construction managers are now forced to consider a wide range of solutions to improve the safety of their facilities.

 
 

 
FRANKLIN, Wis. — Franklin High School debuted a new Performing Arts Center in March 2015.
 





 
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Silicon Valley School Integrates Sustainable Modular Classrooms
SAN MARTIN, Calif. — San Martin/Gwinn Elementary School in San Martin, located in California's Silicon Valley and part of the Morgan Hill Unified School District, recently installed the nation's first and only prefabricated classroom to be pre-verified by the Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS).

Boise State Boosts Campus Security with Safety App
BOISE, Idaho — In an effort to increase campus security, Boise State University has adopted a new safety app. 

Douglas County Arms Security Officers with Semi-Automatic Rifles
DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. — To protect its students and staff, the Douglas County School District (DCSD) decided to use firearms as its latest mode of security.

 

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