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Summer 2018

Feature Stories: A major D.C. development goes “Beyond LEED Platinum,” Dewberry maps the way to net zero design, a new Texas library becomes a civic landmark, an innovative and integrated coastal and stormwater model provides a unique flood risk solution, and the Sustainability Program: 2017 Year in Review.

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Summer 2018

Feature Stories: A major D.C. development goes “Beyond LEED Platinum,” Dewberry maps the way to net zero design, a new Texas library becomes a civic landmark, an innovative and integrated coastal and stormwater model provides a unique flood risk solution, and the Sustainability Program: 2017 Year in Review.

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2017 Annual Review: Spring 2018

Feature stories: A Truck Climbing Lane for Loudoun, Virginia’s Route 7, Threatened Coastal Communities Plan for Resilience, Tandy Medical Academic Building Opens on OSU Campus, and Duke University Chapel Reinvigorated.

 

Winter-2018

Winter 2018

Feature stories: An iconic building in Danville, Virginia, is revitalized, Senior Vice President John Boulé addresses the importance of managing risk to properties through effective resilience measures, and geospatial technology speeds FEMA's response to recent hurricanes.

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Fall 2017

Feature Stories: Wake County in North Carolina launches a facility assessment program, Brandon Delis describes how the power industry has transformed in three waves, and public agencies are using “big data analytics” to assess program performance, manage assets, and support capital planning.

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Summer 2017

Feature stories: A LEED® Gold bus depot is undergoing a detailed analysis that will score the sustainable return on investment of its green design measures, an outdated fire station is converted into a new, sustainable police station, and the fourth annual corporate sustainability report.

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2016 Annual Review: Spring 2017

Feature stories: The University of Virginia will soon benefit from a major infrastructure upgrade that will enhance electrical reliability and prevent power outages, designing an expansion to the Tulsa County Jail to address unique challenges, and the successful replacement of the historic moveable Route 3 bridge.

 
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