Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. LEED articles below.
The U.S. Green Building Council is expanding its LEED for Cities and Communities program with a new $500,000 grant from Bank of America.
Massachusetts and Hawaii round out Top 5 on USGBC's Top 10 States for LEED, which recognizes current leaders committed to sustainable buildings, cities, and communities.
STACK INFRASTRUCTURE will be the first company to make use of Illinois’ new sales tax exemption on equipment purchases at its Chicago data center campus.
Glassdoor will create hundreds of jobs at its new headquarters, which will provide world-class collaborative workspace to support the company's long-term growth.
The company has selected Chattanooga as the U.S. base for its electric vehicle production and will invest $800 million in the facility.
The company will invest $100 million in the new facility in Forest, MS, where it will integrate and test cutting-edge military systems.
Subaru of America celebrates the grand opening of its all-new 250,000-square-foot corporate headquarters in Camden, NJ.
The company’s design, engineering, manufacturing and service headquarters in San Jose, CA has been expanded with a 182,000-square-foot fuel cell powered, LEED certified manufacturing facility.
Pay for Performance incentives from New Jersey's Clean Energy Program help Bayer turn vacant buildings into showcase of energy innovation for construction of new U.S. headquarters.
Kaiser Permanente will open a national member services contact center in Gwinnett County, GA this year, bringing more than 800 new jobs to metro Atlanta by 2020.
Complete report on data center construction market spread across 187 pages, providing analysis of 17 major companies and supported with 68 exhibits is now available.
Headquartered in McLean, VA, Capital One Financial Corporation is one of the most widely recognized brands in America.
The "South Side Soapbox" is designed to benefit the surrounding environment, community and businesses.
First announced in 2011, CenturyLink's new Technology Center of Excellence will be home to 800 jobs in Monroe and result in 1,170 new indirect jobs in the greater Monroe area.
South Carolina plant extends company leadership in large and ultra-large earthmoving tires for mining and aggregates applications.
Construction on the LEED-Silver project began in September 2014, with completion scheduled for May 2015.
The new Henry Schein Practice solutions headquarters features a redesigned work environment created to optimize the company's technology support function, and collaborative spaces for its development teams.
The Tower at PNC Plaza reflects the company's ongoing support of green building practices.
The $320-million digital lab is one of four innovation hubs in the Obama administration’s program to spur advanced manufacturing.
Economic impact of 750 new jobs announced by Verizon is boosted by new building in central Florida and the possibility of additional jobs at Finance Center.
NJ Alliance for Action Award celebrates economic impact in New Jersey of new LG North American headquarters.
First elevator manufacturing facility in North America to achieve LEED® Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Located in the Chicago suburbs, the LEED Gold registered facility will feature a two-story, 17,550 square foot office component and 135,120 square feet devoted to warehouse/distribution space.
The building design focuses on quality and collaborative workspaces, natural day lighting and leading edge office design consistent with industry best practices.
New report from Jones Lang LaSalle makes the investment case for automated building systems.
Two Riverfront Plaza is first new office tower for downtown Newark in more than two decades.
This Visual Arts Building project has already earned a 2012 Merit Award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Inland California Chapter in the un-built category.
National data center developer expands its commitment to sustainable design and development.
A global leader in developing high-tech water pumps and systems, the $4 billion company based in Denmark chose the Chicago area because of its proximity to the resurging manufacturing sector surrounding the Great Lakes and its open political climate promoting advancements in water infrastructure and sustainability.
The Akron Control Center will feature advanced computer systems to monitor electrical grid reliability in various geographic areas of the country where FirstEnergy has operations. Nov 29, 2012 @ 11:26 AM
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