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green@work : Magazine : Back Issues : Sept/Oct 2005

Cover Story

The Dollars and Sense of Greening Healthcare
More and more, the healthcare industry is moving toward building green, seeking to increase the health and workplace benefits that ecologically based design and construction bring.

by Diane Greer


Sept/Oct 2005

Between Blue and Yellow
The Power of Green Design

Corporate Acts: Lighting the Way
Cabot Corporation is advancing the research and development of
recyclable materials that improve the performance of buildings and the well-being of their occupants.
by James Satterwhite

Innovation: From Incrementalism to Leadership
Already-good companies, developers, designers and public authorities must reach higher levels of thinking when it comes to sustainability.
by Gil Friend

Special Section: Innovation Paying Off in a Carbon-Constrained World
Around the globe, opportunity- seeking companies are taking a new approach to environmental issues such as climate change.
by Alison Peters and David Payne

Green Case Study 1: Raising the Bar
The first LEED-certified higher
education project in Virginia serves as a laboratory for studying effects on the design process.
by George Nasis, AIA, and Bryna Dunn, AICP

Green Case Study 2: Reaching for New Heights
Developers and designers hope that the McKinney Office Building will be the first LEED Platinum-rated privately
developed building in the country.
by David Hale, PE, LEED AP;
Robin Hyman, EIT; Michaella Wright, PE, LEED AP; Curt Parde, RA LEED AP

Eco-Intelligence: Advancing the Art of Sustainable Design
A prototype biotech lab design cuts operating costs and improves work environment.
by Brian Croeni, AIA, LEED AP
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