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  1. 10/18/2013
    Scientists have developed a new way to generate enough electricity to power a mobile phone – and it’s “about as eco as you can get it." That product is urine.
  2. 06/18/2014

    Mitigation policies grow in response to changing climate.

  3. 09/01/2014

    Convert a surface into a center for creativity and collaboration with FUZETM Dry Erase Paint. High performance, low-VOC FUZE is easy to install and highly stain/chemical resistant.
     

  4. 06/01/2014

    Morton Buildings is the national leader in the post-frame construction industry. Partnering with Architects and Engineers across the country, Morton designBUILD specializes in constructing and managing complex, low-rise structures, whether commercial, residential, municipal, or for nearly any other application. Post-frame construction offers distinct advantages over other construction methods.

  5. 03/05/2014
    Is your building prepared to handle an emergency?
  6. 05/01/2014

    Wellness Centers.

  7. 11/05/2013
    The commercial real estate industry’s ongoing focus on energy efficiency has netted positive results, according to a report from the Building Owners and Managers Association International and Kingsley Associates.
  8. 11/11/2013
    The report says what contributed to Massachusetts’ number one spotwhich it has held for three years in a rowis its continued commitment to energy efficiency under its Green Communities Act.
  9. 12/06/2013
    According to a recent report, new California construction could see a drastic cut in energy use if the state upgraded its commercial building energy codes.
  10. 06/01/2014
    The working environment has officially changed and cubicle farms are nearing extinction. Their replacement is a sleek open bench system with a smaller footprint, denser population, and one major flaw: where will the power come from and what can be done with all those cables? This ubiquitous computing haven with portable laptops, tablets and smart phones is challenging the boundaries of a building’s existing power grid.
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