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Brian Rebain
Detroit-based Kraemer Design Group (KDG), PLC recently promoted Director of Architecture and Associate Brian Rebain to principal.


Molly Frascogna

Jackson, Miss.-based Wier Boerner Allin recently promoted Molly Frascogna, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, BD+C, to associate.


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Roll Laminate
Timber Products recently launched a thermally set roll laminate that provides the high-quality appearance of melamine in a durable but less expensive panel.


Multipurpose Concrete Cleaner
Phoenix-based Super-Krete recently launched the S-12000 Heavy Duty Degreaser, a fortified multipurpose cleaner formulated to remove deeply penetrated oil, grime, other contaminants and surface residue from concrete.

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How Best Practices in Green Building Can Change Construction
Now that sustainable practices and green building strategies have hit the mainstream market, integrating the best practices in green building into a company’s framework can boost environmental awareness as well as the company’s bottom line.


CINCINNATI — The Strietmann Biscuit Building, a former factory built in 1899 and located in the Over-the-Rhine (OTR) district of Cincinnati, is now providing a unique opportunity for sustainable redevelopment. 

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WELL & BREEAM to Redefine Sustainable Building Standards
WASHINGTON — The Washington-based International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) and U.K.-based BRE (Building Research Establishment), a building science center that works to improve the built environment, recently announced an agreement in which both organizations will collaborate to streamline the sustainable certification process that often costs design-build (DB) teams time and money, and requires extensive paperwork.

T3 Uses Timber to Complete Green Building Design
MINNEAPOLIS — The timber, technology, transit building — also known as T3 Minneapolis — used wood, one of the most sustainable materials in green building, to complete its designs.

Report Says Sustainable Infrastructure Could Improve Washington
WASHINGTON — A report released Dec. 7 by Capital E, a Washington-based consulting firm that works with companies to create and improve their commitment to sustainability, claims the nation’s capital could save up to $5 billion annually by instituting the best practices in green building in and around the city.

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