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Hampshire College Earns Living Building Certification for R.W. Kern Center
AMHERST, Mass. — To the layperson, the term “net-zero” might sound like something is
amiss with one’s business.
Saving Water by Saving Energy: HVAC Systems Hold the Key
Conflicts between energy production and water availability are on the rise, even in areas not traditionally associated with water supply constraints.
Saint Luke’s Clinic Touts New Efficient Design
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Interdisciplinary architecture and design firm Hoefer Wysocki, based in Kansas City, announced the completion of the two-story, 38,904-square-foot Saint Luke’s clinic located in Kansas City on March 1.
#GreenCA18: Green California Summit & Expo Concludes
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Green California Summit and Exposition, an annual green-themed event presented by non-profit initiative Green Technology, commenced in its titular state’s capital on April 9.
Sustainable Justice Design Takes Hold in Texas
The Texas county jail, law enforcement center and sheriff’s office project list is expanding about as fast as the Austin to San Antonio corridor population growth. 
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