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Greg Smolley
Drummey Rosane Anderson (DRA) recently announced that Greg Smolley, AIA, APA, REFP, LEED AP, has joined the firm as project manager.

 



Edwin E. Tatem
WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff announced the promotion of Edwin E. Tatem to the position of construction services manager, transportation and infrastructure, for WSP’s central region.

 

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The Grundfos Hydro MPC BoosterpaQ is a fully integrated and compact pressure-boosting system that offers multiple configurations to accommodate water supply systems as well as industrial and irrigation applications.

 

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Ceilume recently released reproduction metal ceiling tiles made of 98 percent post-manufacturing recycled content.


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Bozeman School District OKs New Green Construction Standards
BOZEMAN, Mont. — A vote by the Bozeman school board on Jan. 9 now requires any new construction project to meet Montana state government standards for green buildings.

 


 
SNOQUALMIE, Wash. — Valued at approximately $208.2 million, the new Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie comes with updated features that improve the facility’s technology along with its capacity to educate a dynamic student population. 

 
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Princeton Day School’s Partnership with Emerald Brand Improves Sustainability
PRINCETON, N.J. — Princeton Day School, a private coeducational day school located in Princeton, recently announced a partnership that will bring sustainable products to its campus.

Plymouth South High School to Open with Green Upgrades
PLYMOUTH, Mass. — Plymouth South High School’s new design will bring natural light into the facility and provide scenic views from the third floor. The facility is built to meet the needs of 1,005 students.

Wethersfield High School Highlights Technological, Sustainable Upgrades
WETHERSFIELD, Conn. — Before a recent $85 million renovation at Wethersfield High School, the facility lacked both modern technology and space for spectators during athletic events.




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