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Rutgers Engineering Hall Receives LEED Gold
PISCATAWAY, N.J.—Completed in August 2018, the Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering
at Rutgers University on the Busch campus, has recently received LEED™ Gold Certification from the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).

Master Plan Moving Forward to Restore
Texas Courthouse
BURNET, Texas—The master plan to restore the 82-year-old Burnet County Courthouse in Burnet is approximately 60 percent complete.
S.C. Hospital Expansion Includes Innovative Lighting
WEST COLUMBIA, S.C.—Lighting contractor Hubbell Lighting has stepped in with a unique lighting design for the 438-bed Lexington Medical Center expansion project—the largest hospital expansion project in the history of the Palmetto State.
New Dallas Performing Arts Center Aims for
2021 Wrap

DALLAS, Texas—A groundbreaking ceremony was held in late September on the new Noble Family Performing Arts Center at Parish Episcopal School’s Midway Campus in Dallas.
Smart Windows
for Healthcare

Technology is transforming every aspect of the healthcare industry at a rapid pace. While we often think of change in terms of digital tools, innovation in the physical environment where healthcare takes place also has the potential to contribute to healthier outcomes for patients.
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