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March 17, 2005

A Special Section of
DJC.COM


Stories


"Even labs can cut lighting costs"
By MARY CLAIRE FRAZIER
Candela


"How to fit green into your budget"
By KRISTIN RALFF DOUGLAS
Paladino & Co.


"Time for marketing and sales people to go green"
By BEN KAUFMAN
GreenWorks Realty


"Hospitals are making strides toward sustainability"
By ADAM KERNER
and BARBARA BRECKENFELD
Special to the Journal


"Seattle can show the world how to be green" By JAYSON ANTONOFF and PATRICIA CHASE
International Sustainable Solutions


"Green multifamily? Here's how to get started"
By NANCY HENDERSON
GGLO


"Seattle schools offer lessons in green"
By SUE WASSERMAN
Heery International


"You can build green without showing off"
By BOB NIEMANN
Specialized Homes


What's inside...

EI in Portlandís Pearl District
Photo by Eckert & Eckert
Mithun designed the nationís first retail store to earn a LEED gold rating ó a 37,500-square-foot REI in Portlandís Pearl District. Howard S. Wright Construction Co. completed the $1 million project last year.

This issue of Building Green has its eye on another kind of green, with stories about cutting lighting costs and fitting green elements into your building budget.

We also look at better ways to market green-built homes in Seattle, and how the city can promote green building around the world.

Take a look at how sustainable design is showing up in hospitals, schools and multi-family developments.

And, finally, we show you ways to proudly go green without showing off.












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