Don’t miss Business Ledger Newsmakers’ Forum on Energy Efficiency

Here at DLA we’re always looking for ways to save our clients’ money – both during a project and through the life of their facility. We’ve received some great information from both the Nicor Gas Energy Efficiency Program and ComEd Smart Ideas that we’re happy to pass along, but I just
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FRWRD Project Earns LEED Silver Certification

U.S. Green Building Council recognizes FRWRD’s commitment to environmental stewardship and energy conservation. The new Administrative Office and Laboratory for FRWRD was designed by DLA Architects, Ltd.
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Too Late for Pessimism at Greening the Heartland

Marge Anderson, executive VP of the Energy Center of Wisconsin, gave the opening keynote address at Greening the Heartland 2013. She concluded her remarks with the quote “It’s too late for pessimism.” It’s a reference that has been associated with sustainability advocates sin
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Full Circle at BUILDINGChicago

One of the sessions that I attended BUILDINGChicago/Greening the Heartland was Materials Matter - Innovative Design with Wood. The speaker said something that really stayed with me: “Wood is ...
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Administrative Office Design featured in AS&U Magazine

Design of Homewood Flossmoor Community High School Administration Office Remodeling featured in American School & University Magazine’s Educational Interiors Showcase honoring the nation’s most Outstanding Learning Environments.
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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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