Articles Tagged with ''LEED''

LEED-certified buildings approach 60,000, says USGBC

There are nearly 60,000 LEED green building projects across the globe, according to a new report from the U.S. Green Building Council.


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Sustainable Solutions schedules LEED v4 webinar series

Sustainable Solutions Corp. will present two webinars detailing the newest version of LEED.


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Webinar series to provide LEED exam preparation

WPL Publishing will kick off a four-part webinar series to help people prepare for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green Associate exam.


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ClimaCool products earn AHRI certification

ClimaCool’s UCA Series of packaged air-cooled chillers have earned certification from the Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute.


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College credits available to LEED professionals

The U.S. Green Building Council announced that LEED Professional Credentials have been approved for college credit through New Jersey’s State Energy Sector Partnership initiative.


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USGBC partnership to encourage green sporting venues

As more and more sporting venues earn LEED certification, the U.S. Green Building Council says it is collaborating with the Green Sports Alliance.


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USGBC publishes first ‘LEED in Motion’ report

More than 4 million people live and work in LEED-certified buildings, according to a new report from the United States Green Building Council.


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VRF system provides new look, efficiency to construction company office

Turner Construction Co. has been responsible for working on many notable buildings in Ohio and across the United States, including the Ohio State University Stadium renovation, the new patient tower of Nationwide Children's Hospital, and the Hilton Columbus Downtown.
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USGBC to launch new version of LEED

Members of the U.S. Green Building Council have voted to adopt LEED v4, the next update to the organization’s green building rating system.


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Do No Harm: Protecting IAQ In Health Care Settings

Day-to-day operations and the occasional renovation create two sets of distinct threats to IAQ and patient health.
Day-to-day operations and the occasional renovation create two sets of distinct threats to IAQ and patient health. From monitoring stations and magnehelic pressure gauges to multiple resources for design and O&M guidance, the author points to recent projects and current wisdom to create a valuable resource.
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