Vol. 1 2010 – Case study: Green healthcare

LEED Green Healthcare

Vol. 1 2010 – Case study: Green healthcare

The concept of LEED® was still in its infancy in 1999 when Tilden, Lobnitz and Cooper (TLC), was approached by Alachua County to design a Courthouse using the newly developed standards. However, since that time the firm has been at the forefront of LEED® in Florida, with many design firsts including, the first elementary school,...

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Easy Ways to Building Green

Vol 2. 2009 – Easy ways to building green

Did you know? 200 Market Building's Green Retrofit The 200 Market Building in Portland, Oregon spent $53,000 to replace existing plumbing fixtures with modern ones, reducing water use from 7.9 million gallons a year to 3.7 million gallons per year. The retrofit paid for itself in about 18 months thus became the first multi-tenant office...

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Rainwater Harvesting Technology

Vol. 1 2009 – Rainwater harvesting technology

FRESH WATER, A FINITE SOURCE One of the privileges of living in North America is having easy access to water. However, there are areas in the world which are experiencing water shortages. This is definitely no surprise to the commercial design community. As worldwide water consumption continues to rise at a 2-to-1 rate of population...

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