H-F Fieldhouse Achieves LEED Gold Certification

U.S. Green Building Council announces that North Building Fieldhouse Addition project earned a LEED gold certification under the LEED for Schools Rating System...
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DLA Architects at Greenbuild 2014's Opening Plenary

Why We’re at Greenbuild 2014

The other day our friends over at Andersen Windows shared why they are pumped to be exhibiting at Greenbuild. This provoked us to think about why we are excited to be at the conference.
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DLA HQ garners Green Commendation

Doug Widener of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) presented a LEED Certified plaque to DLA; this recognition was for the design of our new corporate offices in Itasca.
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An Interactive Journey Through New Yorks Roofscape Makeover – Technology – The Atlantic Cities

These videos are a great introduction to the concept of the heat-island effect and how alternative roofing surfaces can make a difference in your energy costs. Take a look...
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SEDAC – Retro-Commissioning Program

We try to keep tabs on funding opportunities for our clients; it’s certainly a moving target! We wanted to share that the Smart Energy Design Assistance Center (SEDAC) is now accepting applications for DCEO’s Program Year 5 (2012-2013) Public Sector Retro-Commissioning (RC
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Ridgewood High School featured in DCD Magazine

The Gymnasium Addition at Ridgewood High School, designed by DLA Architects, is featured in the new issue of Design Cost Data (DCD) Magazine. The project is a great example of sustainable design for an educational facility and it earned LEED Gold certification. Read more about the pro
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That which we call a rose, ahem, a Green Building by any other name would smell as sweet

Sustainability and Green Design are the buzz words of the day, especially in reference to architecture. What’s it all about? Well, the way we talk about it is a great place to start; language can be a challenge because each of us might think a term has a different meaning. Three terms
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