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Sustainable Structures Without the USGBC Seal

Clif Carey :: Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Today, the decision to design more sustainable structures is sort of a no-brainer. As stewards of our environment, we need to create sustainable buildings – but whether or not you certify a building with the USGBC – that’s another discussion. Our recent design efforts at various universities have helped identify different attitudes regarding the question of whether or not to certify projects.

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Teaming for a new CSU Engineering Building

Clif Carey :: Monday, July 20th, 2009

Earlier this year RATIO Architects was fortunate to be selected from a field of over 50 teams to design a new engineering building on the campus of Colorado State University (CSU) in Fort Collins, CO. The building will be approximately 100,000 square feet and will exceed LEED Gold standards with a goal of being a zero energy facility.  Our team includes the Denver firm of SLATERPAULL Architects.  Think of this as the first of several posts regarding this, with this as the “announcement” version.

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