Tag Archives: LEED

Bringing Students into School Design

Last week the Hampton Roads Green Building Council organized a tour of the Floyd E. Kellam High School in Virginia Beach. Designed by HBA Architecture & Interior Design, Inc., the building is anticipated to meet receive LEED Silver certification, and will host some 2,000 students in an example of 21st century learning in practice. Featured […]

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LEED McDonalds coming to Cary?

The News and Observer reports that the McDonalds that I walked to many a time in Middle and High School may be going green… If it happens, and is approved by the USGBC, it will be the 3rd LEED certified McDonalds in the United States. I haven’t had McDonalds for anything besides breakfast in years […]

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New Mixed-Use Project in Cameron Village

Cameron Village may be the latest addition to the condo boom in Raleigh. Crescent Resources, a joint venture between Duke Energy and the Morgan Stanley Real Estate Fund, applied for an amendment to the Cameron Village streetscape plan, allowing for new construction up to 120 feet tall at the corner of Oberlin Road and Clark […]

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