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  • David DiLaura

    I don't know where the next generation of lighting instructors is coming from,' said University of Colorado's David DiLaura, who is currently the senior instructor in the department of civil, environmental and architectural engineering. 'The industry is going to get caught short in five years as...

  • home is where the light is

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  • NYC Green Building Charter

    in an effort to reduce new york city's energy consumption and the production of pollutants, the city council voted in September 2005 to amend the New York City charter in relation to green building standards for certain capital projects (those paid for in whole or in part by the City). New York now...

  • Local Sharpshooter

    Denver - Mike Zoellner knows this town.

  • Improving Conditions Eyed for Denver

    About $1.7 billion in institutional product traded hands in 2006, making it a banner year, said David Martin, managing partner of the Denver office of Moran & Co.,

  • Lighting Challenges in 2007

    A|L's Industry Exchange Question was developed as a means of promoting discussion among members of the architectural and lighting design communities. Past questions have addressed a variety of topics, including: commoditization, the frequency of tradeshows, credentialing, and the impact of...

  • Land Development Pays off for Housing Authority

    BOULDER, CO. - When the public housing agency here commemorated its 40th anniversary in September, its 46 employees had good reason to celebrate.

  • Housing authority turns land developer to produce wide mix oflow-cost units

    Boulder, Colo.—Public housing agencies in many cities are looking for innovative ways to deliver affordable housing, but this city’s authority jumped further out front than most by undertaking land development to subsidize its own operations and create a

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    New tax break takes shape; top-dollar tarps in New Orleans; unvented crawlspace design guide; 2005 Solar Decathlon; more

  • In the News

    Disaster narrowly averted in deck collapse; lumber price outlook; condo franchise reaps profits for custom builder; Colorado construction liability reform faces voter threat; more