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  1. 10/09/2013
    While vacant office spaces continue to fill up at a slow pace, limited new construction could be the real driving force behind the decreased vacancy rate.
  2. 10/07/2013
    The U.S. Department of Energy has proposed new energy efficiency standards that would address a source of major energy loss that may be lurking in your basement, according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.
  3. 10/15/2013
    Global investment in clean energy is down 14% from the previous quarter, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
  4. 07/31/2014

    The new United Club and Global First Lounge caters to the wide demographics and needs of its many daily users with zones for working to relaxing and everything in between.

  5. 05/01/2014

    Over the past 15 years, architects, facility managers and building owners have widely adopted touchless technology in sinks, soap dispensers and hand dryers to create more hygienic lavatory experiences for their patrons. The more consumers learn about bacteria and disease transmission, the less they want to touch anything in a public washroom.

  6. 04/10/2014
    Los Angeles has remained the top city for ENERGY STAR certified building since 2008, while Washington, D.C. continues to hold onto second place for the fifth consecutive year, according to a new list released by the EPA.
  7. 04/28/2014

    Tech leads the way in this year’s Top 100 organizations that utilize clean renewable sources, an annual list compiled by the EPA.

  8. 05/19/2014

    Nearly 40 years after Legionnaires’ Disease first gained public attention, the disease remains common throughout the world.

  9. 01/08/2014
    The proposal was created by the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry and the Natural Resources Defense Council.
  10. 01/24/2014
    Why energy consumption doesn't tell the whole story.
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