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Top-Ranked Schools Give Performance Contract Top Marks

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Community expectations for academic excellence run high at Glenbrook High School District 225, which consistently ranks among the top public schools in Illinois and among the nation’s highest-rated districts for
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Payback Is Sweet When Candy Maker Installs Boiler Controls

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Chicago may be known as the city with “Big Shoulders,” but it’s also known for its soft centers. Chocolates, that is. For over a century, Chicago has been home to
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Food Prep Plant Improves IAQ And Gets Free Hot Water, Too

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Summer months in the food preparation area at Hospital Food Services (HFS) of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, once resembled a steam bath more than a work area. With ovens still warm
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Arena Skates Desiccant System Into Stanley Cup Finals

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The New Jersey Devils succeeded in capturing the Stanley Cup for the 1999-2000 season, but they also succeeded behind the scenes, keeping fans dry and happy inside the Continental Airlines
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School Unites Chillers, Then Separates Dirt For Results

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Administrators at the University of California at Santa Barbara were looking for a way to save money and energy at the sprawling campus located along the Pacific. The college, which
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Zoned Comfort Earns Approval At Commercial Credit Campus

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Total System Services Inc. (TSYS, Columbus, GA) is one of the world's leading information technology processors of commercial transaction data. Its services track transactions and payments for issuers of credit
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New Technique Solves IAQ Mystery In Office Building

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Richard Fogarty, president of New Trend Environmental Services Ltd., loves a good mystery. He especially likes the ones where the suspects are concealed and the clues are invisible. His favorites
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Hot Water, Savings Enjoy Long Stay At The Inn

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In December of 1998, the 170-unit St. Petersburg North La Quinta® Inn in St. Petersburg, FL, replaced its three aging water heating systems. The previous systems were more than 10
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Concerns About Climate, Safety Lead To Innovations At Prison

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When you say "Colorado," most people think of snow, skiing, and white-capped mountains. To the hvac engineer, these images also bring to mind concerns about reducing heat loss, improving thermal
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Personal Comfort Is Afoot At Call Center

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Larry Daniel was looking to add something a little different - call it the "wow factor" - to a new facility in Columbus, OH, for Accor Economy Lodging, parent company
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