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Maryland third in green buildings (access required)

Maryland ranks third in the United States for LEED, the green building rating system, according to annual rankings by the U.S. Green Building Council. LEED stands for leadership in energy and environmental design. LEED-certified spaces use less energy and water ...

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DiPietro promoted at Morris & Ritchie Associates (access required)

Amy G. DiPietro, P.E., LEED AP, has been promoted to associate at Morris & Ritchie Associates. As an associate and civil project manager at MRA’s Abingdon office, DiPietro’s primary responsibilities include ensuring strict adherence to the client’s schedule, managing the ...

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Real Estate Weekly – 3/30/12

U.S. Green Building Council presents Wintergreen awards The Maryland Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council recently presented Wintergreen awards to 22 companies, nonprofits and individuals, recognizing excellence and innovation in green building design. Project award winners were: M.C. Dean, regional ...

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Lotte Plaza coming to One Mile West Shopping Center in Catonsville (access required)

The Asian and international market Lotte Plaza will soon help launch a multi-million dollar renovation of a former Toys R Us store in the One Mile West Shopping Center in Catonsville. The result will be a new 46,000-square-foot Lotte Plaza ...

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St. Paul’s new Fisher Hall awarded LEED Gold certification (access required)

Fisher Hall, the new library and student commons building at St. Paul’s School, has been awarded  LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, one of fewer than 5,000 buildings in the world to receive the status. Fisher Hall ...

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Maryland jurisdictions can adopt different building code in 2012

Starting next year, jurisdictions in the state can choose to adopt an internationally accepted green building code for private and public construction. “This will make it easier and cheaper to build green,” said Stuart Kaplow, president of the U.S. Green ...

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