Introducing Halo LED Recessed Lighting!
The Halo LED recessed downlight features a Halo LED module that installs into a new construction housing or into existing Halo (and All-Pro) housings. Using less than 15 watts, the recessed fixture delivers over 600 lumens (comparable in light output to a 65 watt BR30 lamp or 18 watt CFL luminaire). The dimmable LED module provides: excellent color quality (over 80 CRI), warm quality of light (3045K nominal), good cutoff, low glare and lasts 50,000 hours.
Visit http://www.haloltg.com/ for more information.
Former Baltimore Church Renovated into Educational Facility
PHOTO: PAUL BURKE
The former Hampden Trinity United Church in Baltimore has been renovated and expanded to house Learning Inc., a Baltimore community-based organization providing educational services to at-risk youth. The church still has prominence as a separate building with its own identity, showing that contemporary and historic architecture can gracefully join as one.
National Studies Show Green Building as Key Part of America’s Economic Future
Even as the dire financial news continues to dominate year-end headlines, a cascade of newly released studies and reports points to green building as one of the growing bright spots for the U.S. economy, the U.S. Green Building Council reports.
Safety Guidelines for Skyscrapers Strengthened in 2009 Intl. Building Code
The 2009 edition of the Intl. Building Code (IBC), available in March, will better protect occupants of tall buildings, contains new provisions for ambulatory healthcare facilities, and provides guidelines for constructing storm shelters.
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• December 17, 2008 A Sense of Identity
• December 10, 2008 LEED Reorganization
• December 03, 2008 Pioneering Science Center Breaks Ground
• November 26, 2008 Greening the Vatican
• November 19, 2008 Library Unveils New Donor Wall
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