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Joanne Duggan
The New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC) announced the appointment of Joanne Duggan to the position of director of marketing and partnerships.

 



Duane Carey
DayMark Safety Systems has named Duane Carey as the company’s new director of business development/emerging markets.

 

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Translucent Sandwich Panels
Kalwall translucent sandwich panels can add aesthetically pleasing and sustainable elements to any commercial design.

 

HVAC Optimization Solution
Optimum Energy’s new OptimumEDGE product is a patented, quick-start HVAC optimization solution that shaves energy use by 13 percent on average — and cuts water use as well — without affecting building operations or occupant comfort.


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FEATURES

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Environmental Systems Design Celebrates 50th Anniversary This Summer
CHICAGO — Environmental Systems Design Inc. (ESD), a Chicago-based leader in the design of high-performance buildings and mission critical facilities, will celebrate its 50th anniversary in July.

 


 
BOSTON — The new energy-efficient, 121 Seaport office tower, located in Boston’s Innovation District, is currently under construction and was topped out on March 10. 

 
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NEWS


 
Practice Greenhealth Honors St. Joseph’s with Green Awards
STOCKTON, Calif. — Practice Greenhealth, a national health care solution organization, awarded St. Joseph’s Medical Center, located in Stockton, the Partner for Change Award and the Greening the OR Recognition Award on April 25.

Recycle Across America Uses Labeling to Ease Recycling Crisis
MINNEAPOLIS — The country is in the midst of a recycling crisis, as the Worldwatch Institute predicts global municipal solid waste will double by 2025.

Better Buildings Program Honors MGM Resorts for Sustainability Efforts
LAS VEGAS — The Better Buildings program, developed by the Department of Energy, recently recognized Las Vegas-based MGM Resorts International, for the company’s sustainability efforts across multiple resorts.
 




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