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Two Thornton Tomasetti projects win Chicago Building Congress Merit Awards

Thornton Tomasetti announced that two of its projects have received Merit Awards from the Chicago Building Congress (CBC). The University of Chicago Saieh Hall for Economics in Chicago was honored in the CBC/COAA (Construction Owners Association of America) Owner’s Choice and Rehab Reconstruction categories, while the Argonne National Laboratory Advanced Protein Characterization Facility in Argonne, Ill., was recognized in the New Construction Suburbs category.

San Diego City College project wins design-build award

Sundt Construction, Inc. led the design-build team that recently received the Distinction Award from the Design-Build Institute of America Western Pacific Region (DBIA WPR) for its work on the San Diego City College Math and Social Sciences Building and Parking Structure in San Diego.

USGBC announces new alignment with CALGreen

Starting July 1, nonresidential projects in California subject to the mandatory 2013 California Green Building Standards Code (CALGreen) requirements will be able to use an alternative documentation path for LEED.

Walter P Moore and HKS Architects to present on sustainable stadia design

During a panel discussion at the 2015 Green Sports Alliance Summit in Chicago, Walter P Moore’s Dirk Kester, principal and director of sustainable design, together with HKS Architects’ Greg Whittemore, associate principal and SVP, will discuss a case study on the University of North Texas (UNT) Apogee Stadium, which is the first newly constructed LEED Platinum stadium in the U.S.

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