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Burns & McDonnell: Kansas City, MO

Plenty of barriers can derail sustainability efforts that involve a tenant, building manager and owner. But the building team at Burns & McDonnell's World Headquarters ...

McDonald’s Corporation: Oak Brook, IL

McDonald's built an energy-efficient headquarters building in suburban Chicago in 1988. The company has continued improving the performance of ...

FC Gulf Freeway Office Building: Houston, TX

Energy savings for four similar office buildings in the Houston area started with planting native vegetation on one roof. Designers found that the roof's added insulation ...

EPA Region 8 Headquarters: Denver, CO

This building harnesses the natural resources of Denver's climate. The nine-story atrium provides daylight to the lobby and internal offices, while parabolic sails ...

CMTA Office Building: Louisville, KY

Kentucky engineering firm CMTA designed its new office to function as a laboratory to test new technologies and demonstrate their cost effectiveness to clients.

SOLON SE Headquarters: Berlin, Germany

A photovoltaics manufacturer needed a headquarters building that showcased innovative energy designs. The building's unique prefabricated façade is made of wood ...

Holy Wisdom Monastery: Middleton, WI

The Benedictine Sisters' mission of prayer, hospitality, justice and care for the earth guided the design of energy-efficient systems and selection of sustainable materials ...

Great River Energy Headquarters: Maple Grove, MN

Buildings are ecosystems that are unlikely to be perfect as initially constructed. Great River Energy Coop in Minnesota used the Living Design Process to design ...

Cannon Design Regional Offices, Power House: St. Louis, MO

Cannon Design repurposed an 85-year-old steam building in St. Louis for its regional offices by adding two floor plates to what was essentially an empty shell.

Maplewood Police and Court Building: Maplewood, NJ

California Department of Public Health Building: Richmond, CA

The California Department of Public Health's Building P has been demonstrating since 2005 that sustainable design benefits taxpayers, building users and the environment.

Normand-Maurice Building: Montreal, Canada

This $45 million CND building on the site of an abandoned foundry serves as the “green” prototype for Canadian government buildings. It houses the offices of ...

Magnify Credit Union South Lakeland Branch: Lakeland, FL

A Florida credit union wanted its new branch to be an investment in the community it serves. It designed the building to run off solar power, use rainwater for irrigation ...

Golden Hill Office Center: Lakewood, CO

Golden Hill Office Center is a 1980s building that outperformed conventionally designed office buildings of the era with respect to energy use. Twenty-eight years later, Golden Hill continues to outperform the majority of contemporary office buildings. In fact, the original systems still work so well that Golden Hill was awarded a 99 ENERGY STAR rating in 2010.

Chemeketa Health Sciences Complex Addition: Salem, OR

Taking a chance on an unconventional design reaped dividends for Chemeketa Community College. The result is a sustainable building that uses ...

25 York Street: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

In the competitive world of commercial real estate, why would an owner pursue sustainable design and its increased initial costs?

EcoCommercial Building: Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India

An estimated 70% of India's building stock required for 2030 has not yet been built. Reducing the energy demands of this future growth can help reduce strain on the country's fossil fuel-reliant infrastructure ...

Biological and Computational Sciences Facility, PNNL: Richland, WA

The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's Biological Science Facility (BSF) and Computational Science Facility (CSF) in Richland, Wash., brings scientists from two separate disciplines into one facility ...
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