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Creating a building that lives

Sam Bennett Daily Journal of Commerce For one man, work and life couldn’t be more inseparable. Skip Backus, chief executive of New York’s Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, traveled from upstate New York to Philadelphia to salvage a few bathroom ...

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Code makers struggle with sustainability

The development and practice of sustainable building techniques are pressuring municipalities to keep pace with updating building codes to accommodate the changes. Ann Beier, director of Milwaukee’s Office of Environmental Sustainability, said most of the city’s commercial building code is ...

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New arena could be in cards

Paul Snyder and Dustin Block [email protected] [email protected] Plans to spend $23 million over the next 10 years maintaining Milwaukee’s Bradley Center doesn’t rule out eventually building a new arena, according to Bradley Center President Steve Costello. “We’re focused on the ...

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Re-greening the White House

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