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Articles from Buildings (March 1, 2010)

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5 Legal factors in green construction: check out these points with your lawyer before you start your next certified building project. Dunn, Christopher S.; Kofron, John E. 1299
A new standard for high-performance green buildings; Standard 189.1 establishes mandatory criteria in topic areas where few currently exist. Burton, Ron 606
An innovative power platform: a new industry standard allows buildings to adapt to the needs of tomorrow. Hartman, Ben 437
ASHRAE technology awards for innovative building projects. 180
ASU gets Greener with visibility: to step up its energy accounting, Arizona State University (ASU) created an Energy Information System (EIS) and "Campus Metabolism" website. Robert Vandling, senior technology support analyst for ASU, discusses the campus' green initiatives and their effect on campus energy use. Piell, Amanda B.; Wroblaski, Kylie 378
Clorox Aids in flu prevention. 193
Coming in the April issue of buildings ... Brief article 127
Comparative building costs: higher-education Science buildings. 456
Disaster-proof your biggest assets: being prepared ahead of time helps you react quickly--learn what to focus on before and after a natural disaster. Kissel, Gregory 1464
EPA holds businesses accountable. 231
Fantastic foam: cushion adds years to carpet and comfort to the workplace. Wroblaski, Kylie 526
Ground-breaking alternative energy options: new ways to harvest and use energy are on the horizon. 683
Hotel tech trends that meet guest expectations: while upgrades to interior finishes have been prominent in guestroom renovations, there's a new focus on technologically advanced features. Rock, Jeremy 1517
How smart are we about smart grids? Einstein, Albert 408
PeopleCube predicts 5 business trends for 2010. Brief article 197
Proactive vs. Reactive security: performing a risk assessment ensures a proactive approach to crime and loss prevention. 605
Self-Cleaning glass saves time money, and water: this type of glass uses a photocatalytic process and rainwater to wash the windows so that you don't have to. 588
Self-Powered, wireless technology opens new applications: devices without batteries increase their reach and functionality. Olson, Chris 616
Streamline green permitting: gaining permits for LEED facilities is an evolving art, so keep these points in mind to make the process easier. 608

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