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Heat Island Effect—Non-Roof


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Projects earn a point by shading at least half the hardscape on site or using a surface that is either reflective to solar heat or open-grid paving. They can also put at least half the parking under cover.

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PRODUCTS

By CSI Division, Section


ARTICLES

EBN: Newsbrief - March 2013
EBN: Product Review - November 2009
EBN: BackPage Primer - April 2009
EBN: What's Happening - November 2007
EBN: Feature - February 2001
EBN: From the Library - November 2000
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CASE STUDIES

Project Image: 20 River Terrace – The Solaire
(360,000 sq. feet) (33,000 sq. meters)
Multi-unit residential
Project Image: 221 Molalla
(34,000 sq. feet) (3,200 sq. meters)
Retail, Commercial office
Project Image: 30 Hudson Street
(1,600,000 sq. feet) (140,000 sq. meters)
Commercial office
Project Image: Alberici Corporate Headquarters
(110,000 sq. feet) (10,000 sq. meters)
Commercial office
Project Image: Alcyone
(200,000 sq. feet) (19,000 sq. meters)
Restaurant, Multi-unit residential
The Solaire at 20 River Terrace is a 27-story, 293-unit, glass-and-brick residential tower in Batter...
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Image 1 Rural Areas Feel Heat from Cities
EBN: Newsbrief - March 2013

CASE STUDIES