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A trend in LEED

DALLAS/FORT WORTH – More and more, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is inspiring contractors and building owners to plan, construct, maintain and operate buildings in an environmentally conscious way. To earn LEED certification, projects must earn points across multiple sustainability categories; based on the number of points earned, a project qualifies for a Certified, Silver, Gold or Platinum rating. More than 58,000 comme...

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01/26/2017 22:04:00 | Viewed: 0
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Just what the doctor ordered

DALLAS/FORT WORTH – With more than 150 employees, the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP)’s membership and staff was growing at a rapid rate. Their office space, however, wasn’t, and ACEP couldn’t find an existing building in the area that met its needs....

Created by : mjonesmeyercn
12/29/2016 16:43:00 | Viewed: 0
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Fourth part harmony

DALLAS/FORT WORTH – Former alfalfa farmland in Richardson has yielded a new kind of bounty – the new “live, work, play”–style CityLine development. At full build-out, the mixed-use project will boast 5 million sf of office space, multi-family residential units, more than 60 dining and service retail options, two hotels and two parks....

Created by : mjonesmeyercn
11/28/2016 17:37:00 | Viewed: 0
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Building flexibility

DALLAS/FORT WORTH – Flexibilty on the part of both contractor and client is beneficial during any construction project. When building on a lot already occupied by structures, inventory and employees, flexibility is imperative, especially when the project is expected to take two and a half years....

Created by : mjonesmeyercn
10/25/2016 20:10:00 | Viewed: 0
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Rustic renovation

DALLAS/FORT WORTH – Texadelphia found an ideal retail center space for its new Richardson restaurant at 100 South Central Expressway – except it wasn’t ideal. A 50-year revolving door of retail and restaurant tenants had left the space in clear need of a finish-out....

Created by : mjonesmeyercn
09/30/2016 15:45:00 | Viewed: 0
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A study in green space

DALLAS/FORT WORTH – Campus growth was pushing one student body, faculty and staff out of its natural habitat. When Tarleton State University became a member of the Texas A&M system in 1917, it started to experience the steady growth that led to its 11,000 student-strong population. But as buildings were erected to keep up with the growth, recreational spaces for them to congregate were dwindling....

Created by : mjonesmeyercn
08/31/2016 15:14:00 | Viewed: 0
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Focus - The beneficial green

HOUSTON - Lyle Coston has over 20 years experience in sealants and waterproofing. He holds a BBA in Business Management from the University of Phoenix Houston. He has been part of the Chamberlin family for 18 years and is well versed in green building and sustainability....

Created by : cwiatrekcn
08/28/2018 20:00:00 | Viewed: 0
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Focus - A construction standard

DALLAS/FT WORTH - John O’Connor is an experienced director of preconstruction with a demonstrated history of working in the construction industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering degree focused in Civil Engineering from Michigan Technological University....

Created by : cwiatrekcn
08/28/2018 17:02:00 | Viewed: 0
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OSHA - Backover Incidents

SAN ANTONIO - A backover incident occurs when a backing vehicle strikes a worker who is standing, walking, or kneeling behind the vehicle....

Created by : contributorcn
08/28/2018 17:00:00 | Viewed: 0
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Legal - Three steps employers can take to protect Latino and immigrant workers from discrimination

SAN ANTONIO - The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that Latinos make up 29 percent of construction workers in the United States. This percentage varies from state to state, with Latinos likely comprising more than 50 percent of construction workers in Texas. (The Center for Construction Research and Training estimates 55 percent). Other studies estimate that immigrants comprise about 25 percent of construction workers nationwide and 41 percen...

Created by : contributorcn
08/28/2018 17:00:00 | Viewed: 0