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Sandy Hook Lessons Lead to Changes in Glass Usage in Schools

The horrors of the Sandy Hook school shooting 10 years ago not only shattered our illusion of schools as a sanctuary but altered the way schools are designed. Jay Brotman, a managing partner at Svigals + Partners, the New Haven, … Continue reading

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The SoCal Life

“There’s no way this flight will take off on time.” That’s what I was thinking a week ago Sunday while driving to the airport in (what someone raised in North Carolina might call) blizzard-like conditions. It was so bad at … Continue reading

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Session Covers Glazing Design Requirements for GSA Buildings

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) owns and leases more than 9,600 properties around the U.S., a third of which are historic. To address some of the GSA’s building requirements, Lance David, LEED Fellow with the GSA, led a seminar … Continue reading

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