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Why don't construction companies use security as a matter of policy?

Companies in the construction industry are lucky. They have the ability to secure extensions of labor and/or material on credit built directly into the law and without the need to get approval from any other party. Companies in other...

source: By Nate Budde
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Widely considered one of Africa's greatest art collectors, Joseph Murumbi spent his life collecting a vast collection of art and books. Born the son of a Goan father and Maasai mother, Murumbi rose to become one of the leaders in the Kenya African Union. When he died, he...

source: The Huffington Post

Companies in the construction industry are lucky. They have the...

source: By Nate Budde

The University of Texas at Austin houses what is often described as the most integrated and largest microgrid in the U.S., a model for saving energy and money. Built in 1929 as a steam plant, the facility has evolved to provide 100 percent of the power, heat and cooling...

source: Energy Efficiency Markets via

Sanctioned racial segregation was abolished in the U.S. in 1954, but a recent housing decision has shown that class segregation is still alive and well in New York City. The NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development recently...

source: Inhabitat

Would you ever consider living in an 8-by-16-foot parking space? Apparently, much of the millennial generation...

source: CNN

A new green skyscraper that grows when new floors are needed and would be constructed out of its own rubbish could be built in London. Taking its inspiration from bamboo scaffolding used in Asia, the structure of the building — being called the Organic Skyscraper —...

source: Daily Mail via Green Building Elements


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