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Gay L. Geiger, AIA, was promoted to principal at SchenkelShultz Architecture in the firm’s Orlando, Fla., office.


Lynn M. Lefebvre
Lynn M. Lefebvre, AIA, LEED AP, was promoted to principal at SchenkelShultz Architecture in the firm’s Orlando, Fla., office.



Programmable Utility Controller
The ISIMET programmable utility controller from WCM Industries gives teachers and administrators complete, instant control over incoming utilities in school science labs and wood shops — including gas, electricity and water. 


Emergency Exit
Yale Commercial, an ASSA ABLOY group company, introduced its A-ALR Emergency Exit Option for 6000 Series Exit Devices. 

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The New School Takes on NYC’s Zero Waste Challenge
NEW YORK — The New School in New York begs the question: Is there a new lease on life for universities in the urban environment?

CU Boulder Earns 3 LEED Platinum Certifications for Athletic Facilities
BOULDER, Colo. — Three athletic buildings at the University of Colorado, Boulder (CU) were certified in fall 2017 with the highest possible
LEED rating — LEED Platinum.


Connecticut Green LEAF Schools Program Encourages Districts to Go Green
HARTFORD, Conn. — Given its lauded interest in all things environmental, Connecticut’s state motto seems rather prescient: “Qui transtulit sustinet,” or “He who transplanted sustains.”

Sustainable Skoolie Adventure Puts Eco Education on Wheels
BOULDER, Colo. — When we think of reclaimed building materials, durable resources such as brick, various woods and even shipping containers come to mind. 

Luxury Condos with a Bonus Elementary School? Only in New York
NEW YORK — In a possible “have your cake and eat it too” moment, New York-based Trinity Place Holdings Inc. announced that it will finance the construction of a new mixed-use building to include luxury condos and a public elementary school.


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