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Daylighting Interior Athletic Spaces: the Middlebury College Solution

Daylighting Interior Athletic Spaces: the Middlebury College Solution

| November 8, 2016

by Leslie DelleFave Creating a natural balance of daylit and supplementary interior lighting is a challenge in most buildings and presents a distinct dilemma in athletic and sports facilities. In spaces hosting sports competitions, an imbalanced lighting environment for even a short time can distract athletes and impair performance, often causing an unfair advantage to […]

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Sights on 2030: Early-Stage Energy Modeling for High-Impact Results

Sights on 2030: Early-Stage Energy Modeling for High-Impact Results

| November 8, 2016

by Ian Robinson and Victoria Rybl Architecture 2030’s “2030 Challenge”has laid out an ambitious target of achieving net-zero operating carbon emissions in all new buildings and major renovations by the year 2030. Lofty initiatives relating to climate change are nothing new to the building industry. However, as initiatives like the 2030 Challenge achieve widespread adoption […]

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Penn Brook Elementary Receives LEED Silver

Penn Brook Elementary Receives LEED Silver

| November 8, 2016

Georgetown, MA – The Penn Brook Elementary School recently received LEED Silver certification, the first building in the town to achieve this goal. Drummey Rosane Anderson (DRA) is the architect of the new three-story elementary school that is designed for 770 students in kindergarten through sixth grade. Each grade has five classrooms organized in classroom pods […]

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HBM and MPA Receive LEED Gold for 1301 Atwood

HBM and MPA Receive LEED Gold for 1301 Atwood

| November 7, 2016

Waltham, MA – Hobbs Brook Management LLC (HBM) and Margulies Perruzzi Architects (MPA) announced that the renovated, multitenant office building at 1301 Atwood Avenue at Northwoods Office Park in Johnston, R.I., and the workspace of its tenant Dassault Systèmes, have both received LEED Gold certification from the USGBC. The repositioning of 1301 Atwood Avenue transformed […]

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Why WELL?

Why WELL?

| November 4, 2016

by Jennifer Taranto The WELL Building Standard is a relatively new building rating system that measures the performance of a building as it relates to the occupant’s health and well-being. In short, where LEED cares about the health of the planet, WELL cares about the health of the people in the built environment. As LEED […]

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AEI Delivers Energy Map of Boston

AEI Delivers Energy Map of Boston

| November 4, 2016

Boston – Advanced Energy Intelligence LLC (AEI) of Carlisle, has delivered an energy map explorer that shows energy and water usage in the city of Boston for over 450 buildings and 15 million sf in the Boston public schools, fire department, police department, public library, and public works. The explorer is available online at www.aeintelligence.com/city-of-boston. AEI developed […]

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Network Drive Burlington Campus Achieves Seven LEED EBOM Gold Certifications

Network Drive Burlington Campus Achieves Seven LEED EBOM Gold Certifications

| November 3, 2016

by Daniel Whittet Network Drive is a commercial office center located in Burlington, Massachusetts originally developed as a campus for the computer software company Sun Microsystems in 1997. Currently owned by Network Drive Owner LLC, there are now seven office buildings sharing close to 1 million sf of office and research space supporting high-tech companies with a […]

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MMA Receives LEED PLatinum Certification by USGBC

MMA Receives LEED PLatinum Certification by USGBC

| November 2, 2016

Buzzards Bay, MA – W.T. Rich Company, Inc. recently announced that the Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA) Modernization project received LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. W.T. Rich constructed at the Mass Maritime Academy an $18.7 million, 43,000sf library, known as the American Bureau of Shipping Information Commons, with unique architectural features including limestone veneer, […]

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PROCON Honored with Multiple 2016 ABC NH/VT EIC Awards

PROCON Honored with Multiple 2016 ABC NH/VT EIC Awards

| October 31, 2016

Bedford, NH – PROCON, a Manchester-based design-build firm, recently took home multiple ABC Excellence in Construction awards for its projects. Portwalk Phase 3 of Portsmouth won three awards in the Design-Build category, Excellence in Construction, Sustainable Building, and the Community Service Award. The project was environmentally friendly from conception, recycling 98% of its construction waste and diverting 3,453 […]

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Avesta Project Earns LEED for Homes Platinum Certification

Avesta Project Earns LEED for Homes Platinum Certification

| October 31, 2016

Designed by Gawron Turgeon Gorham, Maine – Avesta Housing recently opened the doors to Ridgewood at Village Square, an environmentally friendly, senior apartment community designed by Gawron Turgeon Architects, P.C. (GTA). This community was awarded a LEED Platinum rating, the highest level for green, energy-efficient designed and constructed buildings. Ridgewood at Village Square, one of […]

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